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This booklet is intended to be used as a ready reference to typical standard, miniature and subminiature cylindrical connector part numbers and terminology. Reading its brief pages will not make you a connector expert, but should guide you in becoming familiar with the product, in order to better serve our customers. AAO, Amphenol Aerospace division of Amphenol Corporation, is the leading manufacture of military aerospace interconnect products in the word. Brand names include Amphenol® and Pyle-National® and Matrix®. AIO, Amphenol Industrial division of Amphenol Corporation, is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of industrial and powerbus interconnect products. Brand names include Amphenol® and Pyle-National®. Note: Many of the connector products in this brochure were formerly known as "Bendix" products. These products are now manufactured and sold under the Amphenol ® brand name. The name "Amphenol" will replace the name "Bendix" on products and literature in the future.

Contents

SECTION I Nomenclature: Cylindrical Connectors .................................. 1-3 Basic Components SECTION II Major MIL-Specifications by Type Standard, MIL-DTL-5015 Amphenol 97 Series Heavy Duty, MIL-DTL-22992 Proprietary Variations ............................................................ 4-5 MIL-DTL-5015 and 97 Series Part Number Breakdown MIL-DTL-22992 Part Number Breakdown SECTION III Major MIL-Specifications by Type Miniature, MIL-DTL-26482................................................... 6-10 MIL-DTL-26482 Part Number Breakdown Miniature Crimp, Solder Part Number Breakdown SECTION IV Major MIL-Specifications by Type Subminiature, MIL-DTL-38999, MIL-DTL-27599 ............... 11-22 Subminiature ­ JT/LJT, Tri-Start, SJT Features JT/LJT Part Number Breakdown and Specifications LJT-R/JT-R and Accessories Cross Reference List Tri-Start Series III Part Number Breakdown (metal, composite and Clutch-Lok) Tri-Start Specifications SJT Part Number Breakdown SECTION V Cross Reference by MIL-Spec to Competitor's and Amphenol Part Numbers ............................................ 23-25 Intermating Chart SECTION VI Qualified Products List by Connector Specification ........................................................................... 26 Amphenol®/Pyle®/Matrix® Quick Product Guide................. 27-28 SECTION VII Know the Language........................................................... 29-31 Basic Questions to Determine Connector Requirements ....... 32 What Do You Need to Sell............................. Inside Back Cover Checklist Conclusion

Amphenol operates a quality system that is third-party certified to ISO9001:2000 and AS9100. For more information and for Amphenol catalogs online go to: www.amphenol-aerospace.com or www. amphenol-industrial.com. Amphenol Corporation Amphenol Aerospace and Amphenol Industrial Operations 40-60 Delaware Avenue Sidney, New York 13838-1395 Phone: 800-678-0141 or 607-563-5011 Fax: 607-563-5157

NOTE: MIL-DTL-5015 supersedes MIL-C-5015 MIL-DTL-22992 supersedes MIL-C-22992 MIL-DTL-26482 supersedes MIL-C-26482 MIL-DTL-38999 supersedes MIL-C-38999 These MIL-spec numbers will be updated in catalogs as they are printed in the future.

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SECTION I

Nomenclature: Cylindrical Connectors

Basic Components 1. Shell (Houses Inserts & Contacts) 2. Insert (Dielectric Contact Insulator) Pin or Socket 3. Contact (Wire End Termination) (Electrical Engagement) 4. Coupling Nut 5. Accessories (Wire Seals, Cable Seals, Wire Support, etc.)

Mated Pair

PLUG

RECEPTACLE

SHELL COUPLING NUT INSERT ENVIRONMENTAL SEALING GROMMET

Rear Accessory

CONTACTS

REAR ACCESSORIES

Shell Styles

WALL MOUNT RECEPTACLE DESIGNATION: 00

LINE MOUNT RECEPTACLE OR CABLE CONNECTING RECEPTACLE* DESIGNATION: 01

BOX MOUNT RECEPTACLE DESIGNATION: 02

SOLDER MOUNT RECEPTACLE (HERMETIC) DESIGNATION:IH

JAM NUT RECEPTACLE DESIGNATION: 07

STRAIGHT PLUG DESIGNATION: 06

* This connector style is sometimes referred to as a cable connecting "plug." It does, however, mate with either a straight or 90 degree plug.

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Nomenclature: Cylindrical Connectors and Contacts

Shell Styles (Cont'd.)

Coupling Threaded, Bayonet Shell Sizes (Typical MIL-DTL-5015) 8S, 10S, 10SL, 12S, 12, 14S, 14, 16S, 16, 18 20, 22, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48

"S" designates short shell and short contacts

Inserts Insert (Pin or Socket) Insert & Grommet Assy.

Shell size denotes mating thread diameter in 16ths of an inch. For example, a size 8 shell denotes 8/16 of an inch with a .5000-28 UNEF thread.

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Solder Crimp Metal Clip Retention Dielectric Retention

Style Designation (PT)

PLUG 06 08 09 05 RECEPTACLE 00 01 02 03 04 07 IH SHELL STYLES Straight Angle Flange Mount Receptacle Straight, Less Rear Accessory

May include a soft front interfacial seal (Bonded) if dielectric is hard, and a rear sealing grommet separate or attached.

Contact and Contact Termination Style

Pin ­ Crimp* SHELL STYLES Wall Mount Cable Connecting or Line Mount Receptacle Box Mount Wall Mount, Less Rear Accessory Line Mount, Less Rear Accessory Jam Nut Solder Mount Hermetic Pin ­ Solder Socket ­ Crimp*

Socket ­ Solder

Sizes by Wire Gauge, Examples:

*Crimp is removable

4/0 American Wire Gauge 4/0

22D American Wire Gauge 22-28

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Nomenclature: Cylindrical Connectors and Contacts, cont.

Contacts Pin Socket

Contact Versatility - Several types of Contacts can be designed into a Connector Shell

MIL-DTL-38999 connectors allow users to mix a variety of different power, signal, shielded, fiber optic and high speed contact styles within a common insert. The insert arrangement below is an arrangement for Tri-Start MIL-DTL-38999 Series III connectors. It shows the variety of contacts that can be designed into a shell size 25. Typically, customers specify the contacts sizes and power they require and chose an existing arrangement that fits their needs. For special new configurations, engineering will design the arrangement of contacts to fit within material and performance criteria.

Crimp or Solder

Usually separate from insert, shipped loose or in bulk, tools needed to crimp, install and remove. Usually installed in insert, frequently bonded in place.

A P B Y X M L K W c m s k j b V J H d n e p q t r i U G F h Z g a E R S T D C

Contact Options: Solderless Wrap (Wire Wrap), PC Tail, Coaxial, Thermocouple, Triaxial, Fiber Optic, Filter, Twinax, Quadrax Contact Sizes

Contact Size American Wire Gauge Wire Size (AWG) 22D 22-28 22M 24-28 22 22-26 20 20-24 16 16-20

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Insert Arrangement Number of Contacts Contact Size

22 22D

3 20

25-41 11 2 16 12 Coax

3 8 Twinax

Contact Size American Wire Gauge Wire Size (AWG)

12 12-14

8 8-10

4 4-6

0 0-2 Contact Legend 8 10 12 16 20 22D

Accessories · Adapters ­ straight, 90°, 75° ­ conduit, environmental, open wire bundle, EMI, etc. · Compression ring ­ wire seal · Clamp ­ cable sealing · Stain relief ­ clamp, kellems grip · Potting boot ­ straight, angle, universal

Contacts and Fiber Optic Termini for Cylindrical Connectors

Amphenol's broad contact product range for Cylindrical Connectors includes: · Standard 500 cycle and 1500 cycle, M39029 type power and signal contacts · Crimp contacts for front or rear release connector applications · Solder type, fixed contacts with cup or eyelet termination · Thermocouple contacts · RADSOK® sockets for high amperage power contacts · Spring-loaded and push-pull types · Filter contacts: Pi type tubular or Pi type planar for MF, HF, VHF, and UHF frequencies · High frequency shielded coax, triax and twinax contacts · High speed differential twinax and quadrax contacts · For cylindrical connector attachment to Printed Circuit Boards: · PC tail contacts for signal and power applications, in coax, twinax, triax, differential twinax and quadrax designs · Compliant pin (Press fit) contacts · Fiber optic Termini: MIL-T-29504 type or MT ferrules or ARINC 801 termini

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SECTION II

Major MIL-Specifications by Type · Standard, MIL-DTL-5015 · Amphenol 97 Series · Heavy Duty, MIL-DTL-22992 · Proprietary Variations

· Older larger series of connectors · Found on many pieces of military equipment and commercial applications · Mostly heavy current carrying connectors · Early types had only solder type contacts · Later revision to MIL Spec also added crimp type contacts · Amphenol supplies both the solder and crimp types to the MIL Spec · Amphenol supplies both solder and crimp versions under proprietary part numbers · Several variations of basic MIL-DTL-5015 and MIL-DTL22992 types are available in the same and additional contact arrangements, such as the QWL, QWLD, 10-214000 Series, 10-244000 Series and others. · See Amphenol catalog sections: ­ MIL-DTL-5015 Cylindrical 12-020, ­ MIL-DTL-5015 Modifications 12-021, ­ Heavy Duty Cylindrical 12-052, ­ Commercial Aircraft Cylindrical 12-101, ­ 97 Series (MIL-DTL-5015 Proprietary) 12-022, ­ GT Series Bayonet 12-024. · Basic part number for MIL-DTL-5015 Series as supplied by Amphenol is MS310X A, C, E, F or R · MIL-DTL-5015 threaded coupling - 1 key/keyway shell polarization MIL-DTL-5015 Shell Styles 3100 3101 3102 3106 3108 3107 Wall Mount Receptacle Cable Connecting Receptacle* Box Mount Receptacle Straight Plug 90 ° Plug Quick Disconnect Plug (97 Series only) Contact Sizes

Contact Size American Wire Gauge Wire Size (AWG)** 16 16-20 12 12-14 8 8-10 4 4-6 0 0-2

MIL-DTL-5015 Part Number Shell Style MS* Military Standard 3102 A Class Insert Arrangement 18 Shell Size MIL-DTL-5015 -3 S Contact Type Alternate Rotation W

*or 97 Series Proprietary

Class A or C

Class B

Class E/F

Class R Mating Halves · Plugs: MS3106, MS3107, MS3108 or 97-3106, 97-3107, 97-3108 · Receptacles: MS3100, MS3102, MS3101, 97-3101, 97-3100, 97-3102 Other Non-MIL-Mates, Flange Mounted · Flange Mounted Plug: FP3106, 97-5105 · Thru-bulkhead Receptacle: TBF

See also 10-74XXX and 10-873XX in catalog section MIL-DTL-5015 Mods. for jam nut receptacles (Non-MIL)

Alternate Positions of Insert Arrangements

NORMAL POSITION

* This connector style is sometimes referred to as a cable connecting "plug." It does, however, mate with either a straight or 90 degree plug. ** Crimp adapter for small gauge wire is available, part number 10-074696-XXX.

POSITION W POSITION X POSITION Y POSITION Z

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Heavy Duty Cylindrical Connectors

· Class L - for the heaviest loads ­ Current range 40 to 200 amperes ­ Direct current or single/three phase, 60/400 Hertz alternating current ­ Automatic grounding for safety · QWLD - for most power and control circuits ­ Military qualified connectors and commercial equivalents available ­ Increased shell size for greater durability than similar standard connectors · Class L and QWLD have 5 key/keyway shell polarization and double stub thread coupling · QWL ­ a more economical, compact heavy duty design for commercial power and control applications; single key shell polarization and double stub thread coupling MIL-DTL-22992 Series Connectors Classes C, R and L Part Number Breakdown The ordering procedure for QWLD MS-Approved Connectors is illustrated by part number MS17343R20N27PW as shown below: Part Number MS17343 R 20 N 27 P W 7. Alternate Insert Rotations: Used to prevent cross-mating of connectors. Absence of a letter in this space indicates normal (0 °) position of the insert. See catalog for alternate insert rotation illustrations. See catalog 12-052 for proprietary equivalents such as 10194XXX Series. Also see catalog 12-053 for QWL Series. The ordering procedure for Class "L" Connectors is illustrated by part number MS90555C32412SY as shown below: Part Number MS90555 C 32 4 12 S Y

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See code below: 1. MS Numbers MS90555 designates wall mount receptacle (power source) MS90556 designates straight plug MS90557 designates cable connecting receptacle without coupling ring MS90558 designates wall mount plug with coupling ring (equipment end) 2. Shell Finish C (conductive) for AC or N (non-conductive) for DC circuits 3. Shell Size Relates directly to current carrying capability Size 28 ­ 40 amperes Size 32 ­ 60 amperes Size 44 ­ 100 amperes Size 52 ­ 200 amperes 4. Main shell Key/keyway Position N designates normal position. Three other positions (4, 5 and 6) of the main shell key/keyway prevent cross-mating or incompatible voltages. Refer to the individual connector style descriptions in catalog 12-052 for applicability. 5. Insert Arrangement Determined by connector size (current carrying capability) and cable configuration to be accommodated. See catalog for insert arrangement pattern illustrations. 6. Contact Type "P" designates pin contacts. "S" for socket contacts. MS90555 and MS90557 are supplied with socket contacts only. MS90556 and MS90558 are supplied with pin contacts only. 7. Alternate Insert Rotation Used to prevent cross-mating of incompatible frequencies. Absence of a letter in this space indicates normal (0 °) position of the insert. See catalog for individual insert arrangement description.

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See code below: 1. MS Numbers MS17343 designates wall mount receptacle MS17344 designates straight plug MS17345 designates cable connecting receptacle MS17346 designates box mount receptacle MS17347 designates jam nut receptacle with rear accessory threads (wall mount) MS17348 designates jam nut receptacle (box mount) 2. Class C designates pressurized; used where circuit integrity is protected by a pressure differential R designates environmental; (see Heavy Duty Cylindrical catalog 12-052 for definition) 3. Shell Size Available in shell sizes 12 through 44. See catalog 12-052 for dimensional data 4. Shell Finish C for conductive or N for non-conductive 5. Insert Arrangement Current MS insert arrangements are listed in catalog 12-052, Heavy Duty Cylindrical 6. Contact Type "P" designates pin contacts; "S" for socket contacts

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SECTION III

Major MIL-Specifications by Type · Miniature, MIL-DTL-26482 Miniature PT-Types MIL-DTL-26482

· Widely used smaller connectors · Extensive use on military equipment including aircraft as well as commercial applications · Available with either crimp or solder type contacts · 3 point bayonet coupling · Popular low cost series · 5 Key/keyway shell polarization · Amphenol supplies MIL-Spec types as well as proprietary versions · MS311X or PT, solder type contacts (Series 1) · MS312X or PT-SE, crimp type contacts (front release) (Series 1) · MS347X or MB1, crimp type contacts (rear release) (Series 2) · Modifications of Basic Series are: ­ PT-CE, crimp type contacts (front release) no MIL P/N, intermates with MS connectors ­ PC, double stub threaded coupling, bright cadmium plated, - (available with either crimp or solder contacts) no MIL P/ N, does not intermate with PT types ­ SP, same as PT except wider flanges for back panel mounting, anodic coating, no MIL P/N, intermates with MS connectors ­ DC, same as PT except resistant to aircraft fluids, no MIL P/N, intermates with MS connectors ­ Other modifications and specials available · For details on above series see Amphenol catalog sections: ­ "Miniature Cylindrical" 12-070 ­ "Commercial Aircraft Cylindricals" 12-101. MIL-DTL-26482 Series 2 is the same as MIL-DTL-83723 Series 1 and will intermate with all PT connectors. The Series features rear removable contacts ­ accessories are ordered separately. MIL-DTL-83723 Series 1 has been superseded by MIL-DTL26482 Series 2.

MS 347 Military Std. Crimp Type Class Shell Insert Size Arrangement Alternate Rotation MS 312 0 E 22 ­ 55 P W

MIL-DTL-26482 Part Number MS/PT-SE Crimp Series 1

Shell Style Contact Type

MIL-DTL-26482 Part Number MS/PT Solder Series 1

Shell Style Contact Type

MS

311

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E

22

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55

P

X

Military Std.

Solder Type

Class

Shell Insert Size Arrangement

Alternate Rotation

MIL-DTL-26482 Part Number MB1 Series 2, Rear Release Crimp

Shell Style Contact Type

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L

22

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55

S

Y

Military 26482 Std. Series 2 Rear Release Crimp

Class

Shell Insert Size Arrangement

Alternate Rotation

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How to Order BY MILITARY PART NUMBER MIL-DTL-26482 Series 2 Connectors

MS 1 1. 2. 3470 2 W 3 12 ­ 10 4 5 P 6 W 7

How to Order BY PROPRIETARY PART NUMBER MIL-DTL-26482 Series 2 Connectors

MB1 1 1. 0 2 W ­ 12 3 4 10 5 P 6 W 7 *** 8

Connector Type MS designates Military Standard Connector Style 3470 wall mounting receptacle with narrow flange 3472 wall mounting receptacle with wide flange 3471 cable connecting receptacle 3474 jam nut receptacle 3476 straight plug 3475 straight plug with RFI grounding fingers Service Class L aluminum shell, electroless nickel finish, fluid resistant insert A aluminum shell, black anodized finish, non-conductive fluid resistant insert W aluminum shell, olive drab cadmium plated, fluid resistant insert

Note: For stainless steel shell, passivated, order by Amphenol®/Matrix® proprietary Class G. Class L inactivates older classes E and R (Ref. MIL-C-26482)

Connector Type MB1 designates Amphenol®/Matrix® Bayonet Coupling Connector Connector Style 0 wall mounting receptacle with narrow flange 1 wall mounting receptacle with wide flange 3 cable connecting receptacle 4 jam nut receptacle 6 straight plug 8 straight plug with RFI grounding fingers Service Class A aluminum shell, black anodize finish, non-conductive, fluid resistant insert R aluminum shell, electroless nickel finish, fluid resistant insert G stainless steel shell, passivated, fluid resistant insert W aluminum shell, cadmium plated, olive drab finish, fluid resistant insert

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4., 5. Shell size and insert arrangement - See chart on page 9 and pattern drawings that follow. 6. Contact Types P designates pin S designates socket A designates less pins B designates less sockets

Note: Use A & B only when other than a full complement of power contacts is to be installed.

4., 5. Shell size and insert arrangement - See chart on page 9 and pattern drawings that follow. 6. Contact Types P designates pin S designates socket Insert Rotation "W", "X", "Y", "Z" designate that insert is rotated in its shell from normal position. No letter required for normal (no rotation) position. Modification Number Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for information. For strain reliefs use the following modification codes: (189) E-nut M85049/31 configuration (190) Straight strain relief M85049/52 configuration (191) 90° strain relief M85049/51 configuration

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Insert Rotation "W", "X", "Y", "Z" designate that insert is rotated in its shell from normal position. No letter required for normal (no rotation) position.

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For ordering information on accessories, such as protection caps and backshell hardware, contact Amphenol, Sidney, NY.

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Miniature Crimp Connectors Part Number Breakdown

Proprietary Part Number Construction for Miniature Crimp Connectors To more easily illustrate ordering procedures, part number PT00SE-20-41PW (SR) is shown as follows: Part Number PT 1 00 2 SE ­ 20 - 41 3 4 5 P 6 W 7 (SR) 8 MS 1 312 2 0 3 Part Number Nomenclatures for MS/PT Crimp Connectors to MIL-DTL-26482 Specification To more easily illustrate ordering procedures, part number MS3120E-20-41PW is broken down as follows: Part Number E 4 20 - 41 5 6 P 7 W 8

See code below: 1. Connector Family PT designates standard olive drab cadmium plated Tri-Lock coupling connector SP designates connector similar to PT except for anodic coating and larger flange and mounting holes for back panel mounting of receptacles 2. Shell Style "00" designates wall mount receptacle "01" designates cable connecting receptacle "02" designates box mount receptacle "06" designates straight plug "07" designates jam nut receptacle "08" designates 90 ° plug 3. Service Class "SE" designates crimp, environmental (MIL-DTL-26482) "SP" designates crimp, potted type (MIL-DTL-26482) Both of the above are Amphenol proprietary versions of the MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1 crimp contact connector and offer 15 lbs. contact retention for size 20 contacts, 25 lbs. for size 16 contacts. "CE" designates crimp, environmental "CP" designates crimp, potted type Both of the above are original Amphenol crimp connectors and offer 7 lbs. contact retention for size 20 contacts, 9 lbs. for size 16 contacts. 4. "20" designates shell size. Shell sizes available are 8 through 24. 5. "20-41" designates insert arrangement 6. "P" designates pin contacts; "S" for socket contacts 7. "W" designates that insert is rotated in its shell from the standard position to alternate position W. The basic rotations are W, X, Y, and Z. No letter required for normal (no rotation) position. 8. "SR" designates a strain relief clamp. Deviation suffixes would be inserted here. For example, (005) would indicate the metal parts (except contacts) would have anodic coating.

See code below: 1. "MS" designates Military Standard 2. "312" designates basic family number for MIL-Spec 26482 crimp type 3. Shell Style "0" designates wall mount receptacle "1" designates cable connecting receptacle "2" designates box mount receptacle "4" designates jam nut receptacle "6" designates straight plug "7" designates box mount receptacle with dual mounting holes "8" designates wall mount receptacle with dual mounting holes 4. Service Class "E" designates environmental resisting connector "F" designates environmental resisting connector with strain relief "P" designates potted type with potting boot 5. "20" designates shell size. Shell sizes available are 8 through 24. 6. "20-41" designates insert arrangement 7. "P" designates pin contacts; "S" for socket contacts 8. "W" designates that the insert is rotated in its shell from the standard position to alternate position W. The basic rotations are W, X, Y, and Z. No letter required for normal (no rotation) position.

Cross Reference - Commercial PT to Comparable Military MS Types Amphenol P/N PT00SE PT01SE PT02SE PT06SE MF02SE MF00SE PT07SE PT08SE PT00SE(SR) PT01SE(SR) MS P/N MS3120E MS3121E MS3122E MS3126E MS3127E MS3128E MS3124E None MS3120F MS3121F Amphenol P/N PT06SE(SR) MF00SE(SR) PT07SE(SR) PT08SE(SR) PT00SP PT01SP PT02SP PT06SP PT07SP MS P/N MS3126F MS3128F MS3124F None MS3120P MS3121P MS3122P MS3126P MS3124P

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Miniature Solder Connectors Part Number Breakdown

Part Number Nomenclature for Miniature Solder Connectors To more easily illustrate ordering procedures, part number PT00A-20-41PW (SR) is shown as follows: Part Number PT 1 00 2 A3 20 - 41 4 5 P 6 W 7 (SR) 8 MS 1 311 2 0 3 Part Number Nomenclatures for MS/PT Solder Connectors to MIL-DTL-26482 Specification To more easily illustrate ordering procedures, part number MS3110E20-41PW is shown as follows: Part Number E 4 20 - 41 5 6 P 7 W 8

See code below: 1. Connector Family PT designates standard olive drab cadmium plated Tri-Lock coupling connector. This is the Amphenol® proprietary version of the MIL-DTL-26482 solder contact connector. PC designates a bright cadmium plated connector with double stub thread coupling SP designates connector similar to PT except for anodic coating and larger flange and mounting holes for back panel mounting 2. Shell Style "00" designates wall mount receptacle "01" designates cable connecting receptacle "02" designates box mount receptacle "06" designates straight plug "07" designates jam nut receptacle PTB designates thru-bulkhead receptacle PTI designates solder mount receptacle 3. Service Class "A" designates general duty backshell "C" designates pressurized receptacle "E" designates environmental resisting with grommet and clamping nut "J" designates clamp assembly for moisture proofing multijacketed cables, with strain relief "P" designates potted with potting boot "W" designates clamp assembly for moisture-proofing, multijacketed cables "H" designates hermetic seal receptacle 4. "20" designates shell size. Shell sizes available are 6 through 24. 5. "20-41" designates insert arrangement 6. "P" designates pin contacts; "S" for socket contacts 7. "W" designates that insert is rotated in its shell from the standard position to alternate position W. The basic rotations are W, X, Y, and Z. No letter required for normal (no rotation) position. 8. "SR" designates a strain relief clamp. Deviation suffixes would be inserted here. For example, (005) would indicate the metal parts (except contacts) would have alumilite plating.

See code below: 1. "MS" designates Military Standard 2. "311" designates basic family number for MIL-Spec 26482 solder type 3. Shell Style "0" designates wall mount receptacle "1" designates cable connecting receptacle "2" designates box mount receptacle "4" designates jam nut receptacle "6" designates straight plug 4. Service Class "E" designates environmental resisting connector with grommet and clamping nut "F" designates environmental resisting connector with grommet and strain relief "J" designates clamp assembly for moisture proofing multijacketed cables, with strain relief "P" designates potted type with potting boot 5. "20" designates shell size. Shell sizes available are 8 through 24. 6. "20-41" designates insert arrangement 7. "P" designates pin contacts; "S" for socket contacts 8. "W" designates that the insert is rotated in its shell from the standard position to alternate position W. The basic rotations are W, X, Y, and Z. No letter required for normal (no rotation) position.

Cross Reference - Commercial PT to Comparable Military MS Types Amphenol P/N PT00A PT01A PT02A PT06A PT07A PT00C PT02C PT07C PTB PT00E PT01E PT02E PT06E PT07E MS P/N None None None None None None None None MS3119Ref MS3110E MS3111E MS3112E MS3116E MS3114E Amphenol P/N PT00E(SR) PT01E(SR) PT06E(SR) PT07E(SR) PT00P PT01P PT02P PT06P PT07P PT00W PT01W PT06W PT02H PT07H PT1H MS P/N MS3110F MS3111F MS3116F MS3114F MS3110P MS3111P None MS3116P MS3114P None None None None MS3114H MS3113H

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Miniature Shell Styles

Also see PTB - Thru- bulkhead, double-ended receptacle in Miniature Cylindrical catalog.

Wall Mount Receptacle

Cable Connecting or Line Mount Receptacle*

Wide Flange - Back Panel Mount: MS3127 Box Mount, MS3128 Wall Mount MIL-DTL-26482

Box Mount Receptacle Class E Class F Class P Class H

Solder Mount Receptacle (Hermetic)

Class J

Class W (Non-MIL)

Jam Nut Receptacle

Shell Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24

Contact Sizes Straight Plug

Contact Size American Wire Gauge Wire Size (AWG) 20 20-24 16 16-20 12 12-14

* This connector style is sometimes referred to as a cable connecting "plug." It does, however, mate with either a straight or 90 degree plug.

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SECTION IV

Major MIL-Specifications by Type · Subminiature, MIL-DTL-38999* · MIL-DTL-27599 Subminiature - JT/LJT, Tri-Start, SJT

· Preferred for new design by the Military · Greatest growth potential of all cylindricals · "State of the Art" technology and performance · MIL-DTL-27599 has molded-in solder type contacts · MIL-DTL-38999 has rear release, crimp removable contacts · SJT has features of both the JT and LJT and is a NATO preferred connector in Europe · MIL-DTL-38999 Series I & II will not intermate · MIL-DTL-27599 Series I & II will not intermate · MIL-DTL-38999 and MIL-DTL-27599, Series I and II will intermate respectively · For more information, see Amphenol catalog section: ­ 12-C1*, Subminiature Cylindrical Connectors designed to MIL-DTL-38999 and MIL-DTL-27599 ­ 12-C1*, Tri-Start Connector - MIL-DTL-38999 Series III ­ 12-091, SJT - Proprietary MIL-DTL-38999 type ­ 12-130, High Frequency Contact Catalog

MIL-DTL-38999 Series I (LJT-R)

· 100% scoop-proof · High density arrangements (up to 128 contacts) · Contact sizes 12 through 22D plus size 16, 12, 8 coax, and size 8 twinax · Bayonet coupling · DOD preferred · Corrosion resistant (500 hr. salt spray) finish available · Removable crimp, PCB, wire wrap, twinax, and coax contacts available · Options include Hermetics, Filters and Thermocouples · 5 key/keyway polarization with 4 alternate keyings · Shell grounding fingers are standard on all plug · Triple-web grommet seal · Available in a Fail Safe Lanyard Release plug: see Amphenol catalog 12-C1.

Series II (JT-R)

· High density arrangements (up to 128 contacts) · Low silhouette, light-weight non-scoop-proof · Bayonet coupling · Contact sizes 12 through 22D plus size 16 & 12 coax · 5 key/keyway polarization with 4 alternate keyings · Removable crimp, PCB, wire wrap and coax contacts available · Corrosion resistant (500 hr. salt spray) finish available · Options include Hermetics, Filters and Thermocouples · Shell grounding fingers on plugs are an option · Triple-web grommet seal · Available in Fail Safe Lanyard Release plug

MIL-DTL-27599 Series I (LJT-Solder)

· 100% scoop-proof · Molded-in solder type contacts · Options include PCB, wire wrap contacts · High contact density (up to 128 contacts) · Shell grounding fingers standard on all plugs · Intermateable with MIL-DTL-38999 Series I · Bayonet coupling · 5 key/keyway polarization with 4 alternate keyings

Series II (JT-Solder)

· Low profile, light-weight, non-scoop-proof · Molded-in solder type contacts · Options include PCB, wire wrap contacts · High contact density (up to 128 contacts) · Shell grounding fingers available as option on plug · Intermateable with MIL-DTL-38999 Series II · Bayonet coupling · 5 key/keyway polarization with 4 alternate keyings

* Catalog 12-C1 is Amphenol's new catalog - combining 38999 Series I, II and III Connectors. These were formerly catalogs 12-090 (Series I, II) and catalog 12092 (Series III). Consult Amphenol Aerospace for the availability of this new catalog.

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Subminiature JT/LJT Part Number Breakdown

PROPRIETARY PART NUMBER To more easily illustrate ordering procedure, part number JT00RE-22-2PA( ) is shown as follows: Part Number JT 1 00 2 RE3 224 2 5 P 6 A 7 ( ) 8/9

See code below: 1. Connector Type: JT designates standard Junior Tri-Lock connector LJT designates long Junior Tri-Lock connector LJTS JTS designates high temperature connector LJTN JTN designates chemical and fuel resistant JTL designates miniature mounting dimensions JTLN designates miniature mounting dimensions ­ chemical resistant JTLS designates miniature mounting dimensions ­ high temperature LJTPQ JTPQ designates back panel mounted wall mounting receptacle LJTP JTP designates back panel mounted box mounting receptacle LJTPN JTPN designates back panel mounted ­ chemical resistant LJTPS JTPS designates back panel mounted ­ high temperature JTG* designates plug with grounding fingers JTNG* designates plug with grounding fingers ­ chemical resistant

*Grounding fingers standard on all LJT plugs.

3. Service Class: Crimp contacts/connectors "RP" for potting crimp applications ­ Supplied with spacer grommet and potting boot. "RE" for environmental crimp applications ­ Supplied with a grommet and compression nut (JT Series only). Can be supplied with strain relief integral with compression nut "RE (SR)." "RT" for environmental applications ­ Supplied without rear accessories. Design provides serrations on rear threads of shells. For additional information defining complete description of service class, consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY. 4. Shell Size JT shell sizes available from 8 through 24. LJT shell sizes available from 9 through 25. 5. Insert Arrangement: 22-2 designates insert arrangement. Refer to catalog 12-C1 for additional insert patterns. 6. Contact Style "P" designates pin contacts; "S" designates socket contacts. 7. Alternating Keying "A" designates alternate keying connector assembly. Other basic alternate keys are "B", "C" and "D". No letter required for normal (no rotation) position. 8. "SR" designates a strain relief clamp. Strain reliefs are available only on "A", "C" and "RE" class connectors. 9. Finish variation suffix.

Not applicable to box mounting style. Military Finish Data Finish plus "SR" Suffix

Finish

Finish Suffix

2. Shell Style "00" designates wall mount receptacle "01" designates line mount receptacle "02" designates box mount receptacle "06" designates straight plug "07" designates jam nut receptacle "08" designates 90-degree plug "I" designates solder mount receptacle ­ hermetic 3. Service Class: Solder contacts/connectors "P" for potting applications ­ These connectors are supplied with a potting boot. All shells are designed with integral features to retain potting boots "A" for general duty applications (JT series only) "A (SR)" ­ threaded rear design with strain relief "C" for pressurized applications "C" (SR)" ­ threaded rear design with strain relief "H" for hermetic applications ­ Fused compression glass sealed inserts. Leakage rate less than .01 micron cu. ft/hr. (1 x 10-7 cc/sec.) at 15 psi differential. "Y" same as "H" with interfacial seal "T" for MS27599A applications ­ General duty ­ pressurized (receptacles only) (LJT series only)

Cadmium plated nickel base Olive drab cadmium plate nickel base Electroless nickel Anodic coating (Alumilite) Chromate treated (Iridite 14-2)

A B F C

(014) (023) (005) (011)

(SR) (386) (424) (300) (344)

MILITARY TYPES MS27473 E MS Number Service Class Shell Size Finish Insert Arrangement Contact Style (P or S) Alternate Keying ­No letter required for normal position 14 A 18 P A

Military Service Class E Environmental, same as RE T Environmental, same as RT Y Hermetically sealed, same as Y P Potting, same as RP For finish variations see finish data on following page. For MS depictions and dimensional data see applicable MILSpec. (MIL-DTL-38999, MIL-DTL-27599).

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Subminiature JT/LJT Specifications

CONTACT RATING

Test Current Contact Size Solder & Crimp Hermetic Maximum Millivolt Drop Crimp* Maximum Millivolt Drop Solder* Hermetic* Contact Size Crimp Well Data Well Diameter Nominal Well Depth Solder Well Data W Diameter Nominal Well Depth

22M 22D 22 20 16 12 10 Power

3 5 5 7.5 13 23 33

2 3 3 5 10 17 NA

45 73 73 55 49 42 33

20

60 85

22M 22D 22 20 16 12 10 Power

.028 ± .001 .0345 ±.0010 .0365 ±.0010 .047 ±. 001 .067 ± .001 .100 ± .002 .137 ± .002

.141 .141 .141 .209 .209 .209 .355

.029 .034 .036 .044 .078 .116

20 20 20 20 NA

85 60 85 85 NA

+.004 ­.000 +.004 ­.000 +.004 ­.000 +.004 ­.004 +.000 ­.004 +.004 ­.002 NA

.094 .094 .094 .125 .141 .141 NA

* When tested using silver plated wire

SERVICE RATING**

Service Rating Suggested Operating Voltage (Sea Level) AC (RMS) DC Test Voltage (Sea Level) Test Voltage 50,000 Ft. Test Voltage 70,000 Ft. Test Voltage 110,000 Ft.

M N I II

400 300 600 900

500 450 850 1250

1300 VRMS 1000 VRMS 1800 VRMS 2300 VRMS

550 VRMS 400 VRMS 600 VRMS 800 VRMS

350 VRMS 260 VRMS 400 VRMS 500 VRMS

200 VRMS 200 VRMS 200 VRMS 200 VRMS

** Please note that the establishment of electrical safety factors is left entirely in the designer's hands, since he is in the best position to know what peak voltages, switching surges, transients, etc. can be expected in a particular circuit.

FINISH DATA

Aluminum Shell Components Non-Hermetic Suffix Finish Military Proprietary Indicated Finish Standard for JT Types Listed Below Standard for LJT Types Listed Below

Cadmium Plated Nickel Base Anodic Coating (Alumilite) Chromate Treated (Iridite 14-2) Olive Drab Cadmium Plate Nickel Base Electroless Nickel

MS (A) MS (C) MS (B) MS (F)

­ (005) (011) (014) (023)

JT/JTG/JTL/JTP JTS/JTPS/JTLS JTN/JTPN/JTLN

LJT/LJTP LJTPS/LJTS LJTN/LJTPN

Hermetic Connectors Suffix Material Finish Military Proprietary Indicated Finish Standard for JT Types Listed Below Indicated Finish Standard for LJT Types Listed Below

Carbon Steel Shell Tin Plated Shell and Contacts Carbon Steel Shell Tin Plated Shell and Gold Plated Contacts Stainless Steel Shell Gold Plated Contacts MS (D) MS (E)

(452) special termination (468) solder cup

JT ( ) H/JT ( ) Y JTL ( ) H/JTL ( ) Y

LJT ( ) Y/LJT ( ) H

(162)

JTS ( ) Y JTLS ( ) Y

LJTS ( ) Y

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Series or Accessory

Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I

MS Part No.

MS27502AXXA MS27502BXXA MS27502FXXA MS27501AXXA MS27501BXXA MS27501FXXA MS27342AXX-1 MS27342BXX-1 MS27342CXX-1 MS27342FXX-1 MS27342AXX-2 MS27342BXX-2 MS27342CXX-2 MS27342FXX-2 MS27510AXXA MS27510BXXA MS27510CXXA MS27510FXXA MS27511AXXA MS27511BXXA MS27511CXXA MS27511FXXA MS27466EXXAXXP/S MS27466EXXBXXP/S MS27466EXXFXXP/S MS27466TXXAXXP/S MS27466TXXBXXP/S MS27466TXXFXXP/S MS27466PXXAXXP/S MS27466PXXBXXP/S MS27466PXXFXXP/S MS27467EXXAXXP/S MS27467EXXBXXP/S MS27467EXXFXXP/S MS27467TXXAXXP/S MS27467TXXBXXP/S MS27467TXXFXXP/S MS27467PXXAXXP/S MS27467PXXBXXP/S MS27467PXXFXXP/S MS27468EXXAXXP/S MS27468EXXBXXP/S MS27468EXXFXXP/S MS27468TXXAXXP/S MS27468TXXBXXP/S MS27468TXXFXXP/S MS27468PXXAXXP/S MS27468PXXBXXP/S MS27468PXXFXXP/S MS27469YXXDXXP MS27469YXXEXXP MS27470YXXDXXP MS27470YXXEXXP MS27471YXXDXXP MS27471YXXEXXP

Amphenol Part No.

10-275197-XX7 10-275197-XX9 10-275197-XXG 10-275196-XX7 10-275196-XX9 10-275196-XXG 10-440390-XX7 (Series II) 10-440390-XX9 (Series II) 10-440390-XX5 (Series II) 10-440390-XXG (Series II) 10-241055 Series II 10-457452 Series I

Description

Series or Accessory

II

MS Part No.

MS27472EXXAXXP/S MS27472EXXBXXP/S MS27472EXXCXXP/S MS27472EXXFXXP/S MS27472TXXAXXP/S MS27472TXXBXXP/S MS27472TXXCXXP/S MS27472TXXFXXP/S MS27472PXXAXXP/S MS27472PXXBXXP/S MS27472PXXCXXP/S MS27472PXXFXXP/S MS27473EXXAXXP/S MS27473EXXBXXP/S MS27473EXXCXXP/S MS27473EXXFXXP/S MS27473TXXAXXP/S MS27473TXXBXXP/S MS27473TXXCXXP/S MS27473TXXFXXP/S MS27473PXXAXXP/S MS27473PXXBXXP/S MS27473PXXCXXP/S MS27473PXXFXXP/S MS27474EXXAXXP/S MS27474EXXBXXP/S MS27474EXXCXXP/S MS27474EXXFXXP/S MS27474TXXAXXP/S MS27474TXXBXXP/S MS27474TXXCXXP/S MS27474TXXFXXP/S MS27474PXXAXXP/S MS27474PXXBXXP/S MS27474PXXCXXP/S MS27474PXXFXXP/S MS27475YXXDXXP MS27475YXXEXXP MS27476YXXDXXP MS27476YXXEXXP MS27477YXXDXXP MS27477YXXEXXP MS27478YXXDXXP MS27478YXXEXXP MS27479EXXCXXP/S MS27479TXXCXXP/S MS27480EXXCXXP/S MS27480TXXCXXP/S MS27481EXXCXXP/S MS27481TXXCXXP/S MS27482YXXEXXP

Amphenol Part No.

JT00R-EXX-XXP/S JT00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS00R-EXX-XXP/S JT00RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JT00RT-XX-XXP/S JT00RT-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS00RT-XX-XXP/S JT00RT-XX-XXP/S (023) JT00RP-XX-XXP/S JT00RP-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS00RP-XX-XXP/S JT00RP-XX-XXP/S (023) JT06RE-XX-XXP/S JT06RE-XXP/S (014) JT06RE-XX-XXP/S JT06RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JT06RT-XX-XXP/S JT06RT-XX-XXP/S (014) JT06RT-XX-XXP/S JT06RT-XX-XXP/S (023) JT06RP-XX-XXP/S JT06RP-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS06RP-XX-XXP/S JT06RP-XX-XXP/S (023) JT07RE-XX-XXP/S JT07RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS07RE-XX-XXP/S JT07RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JT07RT-XX-XXP/S JT07RT-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS07RT-XX-XXP/S JT07RT-XX-XXP/S (023) JT07RP-XX-XXP/S JT07RP-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS07RP-XX-XXP/S JT07RP-XX-XXP/S (023) JT00Y-XX-XXP JTS00Y-XX-XXP JT02Y-XX-XXP JTS0Y-XX-XXP JT07Y-XX-XXP JTS07Y-XX-XXP JTIY-XX-XXP JTSIY-XX-XXP JTS00RE-XX-XXP/S JTS00RT-XX-XXP/S JTS06RE-XX-XXP/S JTS06RT-XX-XXP/S JTS07RE-XX-XXP/S JTS07RT-XX-XXP/S JTS00Y-XX-XXP

Description

Cap, Recept. Series I No Chain

II II II

Cap, Plug Series I, No Chain

II II II II II

Wall Mount Receptacle

Adapter

II II II II II

10-241853-XX7 10-241853-XX9 10-241853-XX5 10-241853-XXG 10-241856-XX7 10-241856-XX9 10-241856-XX5 10-241856-XXG LJT00RE-XX-XXP/S LJT00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT00RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT00RT-XX-XXP/S LJT00RT-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT00RT-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT00RP-XX-XXP/S LJT00RP-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT00RP-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT06RE-XX-XXP/S LJT06RE-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT06RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT06RT-XX-XXP/S LJT06RT-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT06RT-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT06RP-XX-XXP/S LJT06RP-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT06RP-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT07RE-XX-XXP/S LJT07RE-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT07RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT07RT-XX-XXP/S LJT07RT-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT07RT-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT07RP-XX-XXP/S LJT07RP-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT07RP-XX-XXP/S (023) LJT00Y-XX-XXP LJTS00Y-XX-XXP LJT07Y-XX-XXP LJTS07Y-XX-XXP LJTIY-XX-XXP LJTSIY-XX-XXP Wall Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Jam Nut Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Solder Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Jam Nut Mount Receptacle Straight Plug Straight Plug Wall Mount Receptacle Cap, Recept. Series II, No Chain Cap, Plug Series II, No Chain

II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II

Straight Plug

Jam Nut Mount Receptacle

Wall Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Box Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Jam Nut Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Solder Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal Wall Mount Recept., Inactive, Use MS27472 Straight Plug, Inactive, Use MS27473 Jam Nut Mount Recept., Inactive, Use MS27474 Wall Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal, Inactive, Use MS27475 Jam Nut Mount Recept., Hermetic Seal, Inactive, Use MS27477

II

MS27483YXXEXXP

JTS07Y-XX-XXP

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Series or Accessory

II II II II II II II II II Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac Ac I II II II II I & II I & II I I I II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II

MS Part No.

MS27484EXXAXXP/S MS27484EXXBXXP/S MS27484EXXFXXP/S MS27484TXXAXXP/S MS27484TXXBXXP/S MS27484TXXFXXP/S MS27484PXXAXXP/S MS27484PXXBXXP/S MS27484PXXFXXP/S MS27485AXX MS27485BXX MS27485CXX MS27485FXX MS27486-XX-1 MS27486-XX-2 MS27487-XX-1 MS27487-XX-2 MS27488-12-1 MS27488-16-1 MS27488-20-1 MS27488-22-1 MS27489-XXX MS27490-XX MS27491-XX MS27492-XX MS27493-XX MS27494-XX MS27495R-XX MS27495A-XX MS27496EXXAXXP/S MS27496EXXBXXP/S MS27496EXXFXXP/S MS27497EXXAXXP/S MS27497EXXBXXP/S MS27497EXXCXXP/S MS27497EXXFXXP/S MS27497TXXAXXP/S MS27497TXXBXXP/S MS27497TXXCXXP/S MS27497TXXFXXP/S MS27497PXXAXXP/S MS27497PXXBXXP/S MS27497PXXCXXP/S MS27497PXXFXXP/S MS27497VXXAXXP/S MS27497VXXBXXP/S MS27497VXXCXXP/S MS27497VXXFXXP/S

Amphenol Part No.

JTG06RE-XX-XXP/S JTG06RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTG06RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JTG06RT-XX-XXP/S JTG06RT-XX-XXP/S (014) JTG06RT-XX-XXP/S (023) JTG06RP-XX-XXP/S JTG06RP-XX-XXP/S (014) JTG06RP-XX-XXP/S (023) 10-528399-XX7 10-528399-XX9 10-528399-XX5 10-528399-XXG 10-241912-XX 10-241990-XX 10-450910-XX, Includes MS27489 10-450911-XX 10-405996-121 10-405996-161 10-405996-201 10-405996-241 10-352425-XX 10-407035-XX5 10-251416-XX5 10-251416-XXH 10-251415-XX5 10-251415-XXH 11-8675-XX 11-8674-XX LJT02RE-XX-XXP/S LJT02RE-XX-XXP/S (014) LJT02RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPSQ00RE-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPSQ00RT-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S (023) JTPQ002P-XX-XXP/S JTPQ002P-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPSQ002P-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RP-XX-XXP/S (023) JTP00RE-XX-XXP/S JTP00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPS00RE-XX-XXP/S JTP00RE-XX-XXP/S (023)

Description

Series or Accessory

I I II II

MS Part No.

MS27498EXXAXXP/S MS27498EXXBXXP/S MS27499EXXAXXP/S MS27499EXXBXXP/S MS27499EXXCXXP/S MS27499EXXFXXP/S MS27500EXXAXXP/S MS27500EXXBXXP/S MS27501AXXC MS27501BXXC MS27501FXXC MS27502AXXC MS27502BXXC MS27502FXXC MS27503YXXEXXP MS27504EXXCXXP/S MS27505EXXAXXP/S MS27505EXXBXXP/S MS27505EXXFXXP/S MS27506AXX-1 MS27506BXX-1 MS27506FXX-1 MS27506AXX-2 MS27506BXX-2 MS27506CXX-2 MS27506FXX-2 MS27507A-XX MS27507B-XX MS27507C-XX MS27507F-XX MS27508EXXAXXP/S MS27508EXXBXXP/S MS27508EXXCXXP/S MS27508EXXFXXP/S MS27509R-XX MS27509A-XX MS27510AXXC MS27510BXXC MS27510CXXC MS27510FXXC MS27511AXXC MS27511BXXC MS27511CXXC MS27511FXXC MS27511AXXR MS27511BXXR MS27511CXXR MS27511FXXR MS27510 ( )XXR MS27511( )XXN

Amphenol Part No.

LJT08RE-XX-XXP/S LJT08RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JT02RE-XX-XXP/S JT02RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS02RE-XX-XXP/S JT02RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JT08RE-XX-XXP/S JT08RE-XX-XXP/S (014) 10-421399-XX7 10-421399-XX9 10-421399-XXG 10-427406-XX7 10-427406-XX9 10-427406-XXG JTSIY-XX-XXP JTS00RE-XX-XXP/S LJTP02RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTP02RE-XX-XXP/S (014) LJTP02RE-XX-XXP/S (023) 10-436792-XX7 10-436792-XX9 10-436792-XXG 10-433992-XX7 10-433992-XX9 10-433992-XX5 10-433992-XXG 10-415693-XX7 10-415693-XX9 10-415693-XX5 10-415693-XXG JTP02RE-XX-XXP/S JTP02RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPS02RE-XX-XXP/S JTP02RE-XX-XXP/S (023) 10-296943-XX 10-296940-XX 10-241801-XX7 10-241801-XX9 10-241801-XX5 10-241801-XXG 10-241800-XX7 10-241800-XX9 10-241800-XX5 10-241800-XXG 10-241866-XX7 10-241866-XX9 10-241866-XX5 10-241866-XXG 10-24186410-241802-

Description

90 Degree Plug, Inactive for Design

Straight Plug with Grounding Spring

II II II II I I

Box Mount Receptacle

90 Degree Plug, Inactive for Design

Cover, Plug, with chain

Ring, Potting Boot, Series II

I I I

Cover Receptacle, with chain Solder Mount Receptacle, Hermetic Seal Inactive, use MS27503 Box Mount Receptacle, Inactive, use MS27499 Back Panel Wall Mount Receptacle

Potting, Boot Straight, Series II Potting, Boot 90 Degree Series II Kit, EMR Adapter, Straight, Series I & II Kit, EMR Adapter, 90 Degree Series I & II,

I II II I I I

Plug, Sealing Grommet

I I

Adapter, Reducer EMR for use with MS27487 Contact-Socket Contact-Socket Contact-Socket, Inactive, use MS27491 Contact-Pin Contact-Pin, Inactive, use MS27493 Tool, Contact, Removable, Metal Tool, Contact, Assembly, Metal

I II II II II I & II I & II I & II I & II II II II

Adapter, Strain Relief, Clamp Bars

Adapter, 90 Degree, Strain Relief, Clamp Bars

Back Panel Box Mount Receptacle

Box Mount Receptacle

II I & II I & II II II II II II II

Tool, Contact Removal and Assembly, Plastic Inactive, use M81969/14

Cap, Plug with chain

Back Panel Wall Mount Receptacle.

II II II II II II II II

Cap, Receptacle, with chain

Cap, Receptacle with wire rope

Cap, Plug with wire rope Cap, Receptacle, Jam Nut, with chain

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Series or Accessory

II II II II II II II II II I I I I I I I & II I & II I & II I & II I I I I I I I I I I I I MS3186AXXN MS27515EXXAXXP/S MS27515EXXBXXP/S MS81969/14-04 MS81969/14-03 MS81969/14-10 MS81969/14-01 MS39029/59 MS39029/60 MS27652EXXFXXP/S MS27652TXXFXXP/S MS27653EXXFXXP/S MS27653TXXFXXP/S MS27654EXXFXXP/S MS27654TXXFXXP/S MS27655-XX MS27656EXXAXXP/S MS27656EXXFXXP/S MS27656EXXFXXP/S MS3186AXXW

MS Part No.

MS27512-XXA MS27512-XXB MS27512-XXC MS27512-XXE MS27512-XXF MS27513EXXAXXP/S MS27513EXXAXXP/S MS27513EXXCXXP/S MS27513EXXFXXP/S

Amphenol Part No.

10-101917-XX7 10-101917-XX9 10-101917-XX5 10-260548-XX 10-101917-XXG JT02RE-XX-XXP/S JT02RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTS02RE-XX-XXP/S JT02RE-XX-XXP/S (023) 10-123017-XX7 10-123017-XX9 10-195959-XX 10-123017-XXG LJTP00RE-XX-XXP/S LJTP00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) 10-538988-12 10-538988-16 10-538988-20 10-538988-22D 21-33101-XX 21-33102-XX LJTS00RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTS00RT-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTS06RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTS06RT-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTPS00RE-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTPS00RT-XX-XXP/S (023) 10-407035-XXH LJTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S LJTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) LJTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S (023

Description

Series or Accessory

I I

MS Part No.

MS27656TXXAXXP/S MS27656PXXBXXP/S MS27656PXXFXXP/S MS27656PXXAXXP/S MS27656PXXBXXP/S MS27656PXXFXXP/S MS27661EXXAXXP/S MS27661EXXBXXP/S MS27661EXXFXXP/S MS27662EXXAXXC MS27662EXXBXXC MS27662EXXCXXC MS27662EXXFXXC MS27663AXX-1 MS27663BXX-1 MS27663CXX-1 MS27663FXX-1 MS27663AXX-2 MS27663BXX-2 MS27663CXX-2 MS27663FXX-2 MS27664EXXAXXP/S MS27664EXXBXXP/S MS27664EXXCXXP/S MS27664EXXFXXP/S MS27664TXXAXXP/S MS27664TXXBXXP/S MS27664TXXCXXP/S MS27664TXXFXXP/S MS27665 MS27666 DNS

Amphenol Part No.

LJTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S LJTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S (014) LJTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S (023) LJTPQ00RP-XX-XXP/S LJTPQ00RP-XX-XXP/S (014) LJTPQ00RP-XX-XXP/S (023) 87-538800/74 88-538800/74 91-538800/74 LJTB-XX-XXX LJTB-XX-XXX LJTB-XX-XXX LJTB-XX-XXX 10-482790-XX7 10-482790-XX9 10-482790-XX5 10-482790-XX6 10-482494-XX7 10-482494-XX9 10-482494-XX5 10-482494-XX6 JTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPSQ00RE-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RE-XX-XXP/S (023) JTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S (014) JTPSQ00RT-XX-XXP/S JTPQ00RT-XX-XXP/S (023)

Description

Back Panel Wall Mount Receptacle

Nut, Hex

I I I I

Back Panel Wall Mount Receptacle

Box Mount Receptacle, Full Length Grommet

I I I I

Straight Plug, Lanyard Release

Nut, Hex

I I I

Thru-Bulkhead Mount Receptacle

Black Panel Wall Mount Receptacle, Inactive, Use MS27656

I & II I & II I & II

Adapter Nut, Non-Metallic (Nylon Only)

Tool, Contact Insertion/ Removal, Plastic

I & II I & II I & II

Contact, Socket, Shielded Contact, Pin, Shielded Wall Mount Receptacle Inactive, Use MS27466 Straight Plug, Inactive, Use MS27467 Back Panel Wall Mount Recept. Inactive, Use MS27656 Contact, Socket, Inactive, Use MS27490 Back Panel Wall Mount Receptacle

I & II I & II II II II II II II II II I

Adapter 90 Degree, Non-Metallic (Nylon Only)

Back Panel Wall Mount Receptacle, Inactive Use MS27497

Rack and Panel, Cancelled

II II II

MS27667EXXBXXC MS27667EXXCXXC MS27667EXXFXXC MS27668 MS27669 MS27670

JTB-XX-XX JTB-XX-XX JTB-XX-XX DNS DNS DNS Thru-Bulkhead UTZ Receptacle

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Subminiature Tri-Start How to Order ­ Amphenol® TV, metal and Amphenol® TV26 CLUTCH-LOK® Proprietary Part Number

Amphenol® Tri-Start Connectors (metal) can be ordered by coded part number. Ordering procedure is illustrated by part number TVPS00RF-9-35PB( ) as shown below: TVPS Connector Type Shell Style Service Class Shell Size Insert Arrangement Contact Type Alternate Positions Special Variations 00 RF 9 -35 P B (XXX)

Connector Type

TV TVP TVS TVPS designates Tri-Start Series Connector designates back panel mounted receptacle designates 200°C rated designates back panel mounted, 200°C rated receptacle

RQK RQW Y RS*

Shell Style

00 01 02 06 26 07 09 IY HIY RX designates wall mount receptacle designates line receptacle designates box mount receptacle designates straight plug designates proprietary CLUTCH-LOK high vibration straight plug (available in service classes RK and RS only) designates jam nut receptacle designates flange mounted plug designates solder mounted receptacle, hermetic only designates weld mounted receptacle, hermetic only YN DN

same as RK except with Quadrax contacts and not firewall capable same as RW except with Quadrax contacts hermetic seal, passivated stainless steel, 200°C (non-hermetic connectors), nickel plated stainless steel, optimum EMI shielding effectiveness ­65dB @ 10 GHz specification min., 500 hour salt spray, 200°C, firewall barrier (hermetic connectors), nickel plated stainless steel, 200°C Durmalon plated, Nickel-PTFE alternative to cadmium. Corrosion resistant, 1,000 hour salt spray, EMI-50dB at 10GHz specification min., 175 degrees

Shell Size

MIL-DTL-38999, Sizes 9-25.

A 9 B 11 C 13 D 15 E 17 F 19 G 21 H J MIL Shell Size

Service Class

alternate finish, requires special variation suffix. Example: non-conductive, anodic coated aluminum is defined by variation suffix 005. Consult Amphenol, Sidney NY for details, options and availability of non-cadmium or nickel finishes. RF electroless nickel plated aluminum, optimum EMI shielding effectiveness ­65dB @ 10GHz specification min., 48 hour salt spray, 200°C RGF** electroless nickel plated ground plane aluminum, 200°C RGW** olive drab cadmium plated ground plane aluminum, 175°C RK* corrosion resistant stainless steel, firewall capability, plus 500 hour salt spray resistance, EMI ­45 dB @ GHz specification min., 200°C RW corrosion resistant olive drab cadmium plate aluminum, 500 hour extended salt spray, EMI ­50 dB @ 10 GHz specification min., 175°C RQF same as RF except with Quadrax contacts RGQF same as RGF except with Quadrax contacts RGQW same as RGW except with Quadrax contacts

23 25 Amphenol® Shell Size

Insert Arrangement

MIL-DTL-38999, see insert arrangement charts in catalog 12-C1

Contact Type

P designates pin contacts S designates socket contacts

Alternate Positions

Locksmith keying - rotation of minor keys. See catalog 12-C1 "N" not required for normal position.

Special Variations

Consult Amphenol Aerospace, Sidney, NY for variations.

* Coaxial arrangements are not available in these classes. ** For more information on Coax/Triax/Twinax Ground Plane Connectors consult Amphenol Aerospace. NOTE:Catalog 12-C1 is Amphenol's new catalog - combining 38999 Series I, II and II. These were formerly catalogs 12-090 (Series I, II) and catalog 12-092 (Series III). This combined catalog will be available 4th Qtr. 2008.

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Subminiature Tri-Start How to Order ­ D38999, TV Military, metal and MTV26 CLUTCH-LOK® Military Part Number

To more easily illustrate ordering procedure by military designation, part number D38999/20F A35PB is shown as follows: D38999 / 20 Connector Type Shell Style Service Class Shell Size Insert Arrangement Contact Type Alternate Positions F A 35 P B

Connector Type D38999/ designates MIL-DTL-38999 Series III Connector MTV designates military D38999/26 CLUTCH-LOK high vibration straight plug (available in service class RK only) Shell Style 20 designates wall mount receptacle 21 designates box mount receptacle, hermetic 23 designates jam nut receptacle, hermetic 24 designates jam nut receptacle 25 designates solder mount receptacle, hermetic 26 designates straight plug 27 designates weld mount receptacle, hermetic 29 designates Lanyard Release plug with pin contacts* 30 designates Lanyard Release plug with socket contacts* 31 designates Lanyard Release plug with MIL-STD-1760 pin contacts*

* For ordering Amphenol® Lanyard Release Connectors, consult catalog 12-C1. Ordering procedure for Lanyard Release Connectors includes specifying lanyard length codes and designating Stye 1 or 2.

W

Y S

N

corrosion resistant olive drab cadmium plate aluminum, 500 hour extended salt spray, EMI ­ 50 dB @ 10GHz specification min., 175°C hermetic seal, passivated stainless steel, 200 °C (non-hermetic connectors), nickel plated stainless steel, optimum EMI shielding effectiveness ­ 65 dB @10 GHz specification min., 48 hour salt spray, 200 °C (hermetic connectors), nickel plated stainless steel, 200 °C

Shell Size MIL-DTL-38999, Size 9 ­ 25

A 9 B 11 C 13 D 15 E 17 F 19 G 21 H 23 J 25 MIL Shell Size Amphenol ® Shell Size

Insert Arrangement MIL-DTL-38999, see catalog 12-C1 Contact Type P designates pin contacts S designates socket contacts A designates same as "P" except supplied less pin contacts B designates same as "S" except supplied less socket contacts (A & B designates non-standard contact applications) X designates eyelet contacts, hermetics only Alternate Positions Locksmith keying - rotation of minor keys. See catalog 12-C1. Use "N" for normal position Special Variations Consult Amphenol Aerospace, Sidney, NY for variations.

Protection Caps (see catalog 12-C1) 32 designates plug protection cap 33 designates receptacle protection cap Service Class C non-conductive, anodic coated aluminum, 500 hour salt spray, 200 °C (environmental resisting) F electroless nickel plated aluminum, optimum EMI shielding effectiveness ­ 65dB @ 10GHz specification min., 48 hour salt spray, 200 °C (conductive, environmental resisting) G space grade, electroless nickel, 48 hour salt spray, 200°C K corrosion resistant stainless steel, firewall capability, plus 500 hour salt spray resistance, EMI ­ 45 dB @ 10 GHz specification min., 200 °C L corrosion resistant steel, electro-deposited nickel, 48 hour salt spray, 200°C

Amphenol® Cage Code 77820

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Subminiature Tri-Start How to Order ­Amphenol® CTV, composite Proprietary Part Number

Amphenol® Tri-Start Composite Connectors can be ordered by coded part number. Ordering procedure is illustrated by part number CTVPS00RF-9-35PB as shown below: CTVPS Connector Type Shell Style Service Class Shell Size Insert Arrangement Contact Type Alternate Positions 00 RF ­ 9 ­ 35 P B

Connector Type CTV designates Tri-Start Series Connector CTVP designates panel mounted receptacle CTVS designates 200°C rated CTVPS designates panel mounted, 200°C rated receptacle Shell Style 00 designates wall mount receptacle 01 designates line receptacle 02 designates box mount receptacle* 06 designates straight plug 07 designates jam nut receptacle Service Class RF electroless nickel plated composite, 200°C, 2000 hour salt spray RW olive drab cadmium plated composite, 175°C RGF** electroless nickel plated ground plane composite, 200°C RGW** olive drab cadmium plated ground plane composite, 175°C RQF same as RF composite except with Quadrax contacts RQW same as RW composite except with Quadrax contacts RGQF same as RGF composite except with Quadrax contacts RGQW same as RGW composite except with Quadrax contacts DN Durmalon plated, Nickel-PTFE alternative to Cadmium. Corrosion resistant, 1,000 hour salt spray, EMI-50dB at 10GHz specification min., 175 degrees

Shell Size 9 thru 25 available Insert Arrangement MIL-DTL-38999, see catalog 12-C1 Contact Type H designates 1500 cycle pin contacts J designates 1500 cyclesocket contacts P designates 500 cycle pin contacts S designates 500 cycle socket contacts Alternate Positions Locksmith keying - rotation of minor keys. See catalog 12C1. "N" not required for normal position.

* Consult Amphenol Aerospace, Sidney, NY for availability. ** For more information on Coax/Triax/Twinax Ground Plane Connectors consult Amphenol Aerospace. Amphenol® Cage Code 77820

NOTE:Catalog 12-C1 is Amphenol's new catalog - combining 38999 Series I, II and II. These were formerly catalogs 12-090 (Series I, II) and catalog 12-092 (Series III). This combined catalog will be available 4th Qtr. 2008.

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Subminiature Tri-Start How to Order ­D38999, CTV military, composite Military Part Number

To more easily illustrate ordering procedure of Tri-Start Composite Connectors by military designation, part number D38999/20JG35PN is shown as follows: D38999/ Connector Type Shell Style Service Class Shell Size Insert Arrangement Contact Type Alternate Positions 20 J G 35 P N

Connector Type D38999/ designates MIL-DTL-38999 Series III Connector Shell Style 20 designates wall mount receptacle 24 designates jam nut receptacle 26 designates straight plug (Consult Amphenol Aerospace for availability of composite box mount receptacles) Service Class J olive drab cadmium plate (175°C), 2000 hrs. dynamic salt spray M electroless nickel plate (200°C), 2000 hrs. dynamic salt spray Shell Size MIL-DTL-38999, Sizes 9-25

A 9 B 11 C 13 D 15 E 17 F 19 G 21 H 23 J 25 MIL Shell Size Amphenol ® Shell Size

Insert Arrangement MIL-DTL-38999, see catalog 12-C1 Contact Type H designates 1500 cycle pin contacts J designates 1500 cycle socket contacts P designates 500 cycle pin contacts S designates 500 cycle socket contacts A designates same as "P" except supplied less pin contacts B designates same as "S" except supplied less socket contacts (A & B designate non-standard contact applications) Alternate Positions Locksmith keying - rotation of minor keys. See catalog 12C1 (Use N for normal).

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Subminiature Tri-Start Specifications

CONTACT RATING

MIL-DTL-38999, Series III (TV)

· 100% scoop-proof · High density contact arrangements · Contact sizes 12 through 22D plus size 8, 12, 16 coax, and size 8 twinax · Removable crimp, PCB, wire wrap, coax, triax, twinax and high speed quadrax and differential twinax contacts · Fiber optics available with MIL-PRF-29504 termini, MT ferrule termini and ARINC 801 termini · Options include Hermetics, Filters and Thermocouples · Self-locking, quick disconnect threaded coupling · Corrosion resistant - shells of stainless steel or cadmium plate over nickel withstand a 500 hour salt spray exposure · Moisture resistance - improved interfacial seal design prevents electrolytic erosion of contacts · EMI shielding - designed to obtain metal-to-metal coupling, the TV connector provides a superior EMI shielding capability · Vibration/Shock - operates under severe, high temperature shock and vibration testing through 200° C · Clutch-LokTM MIL-DTL-38999 Series III High Vibration Connector - All advantages of stainless steel/Class K firewall TriStart connectors plus a unique clutch design that actually tightens itself under vibration · Firewall capability - available in stainless steel shell, Class K · Composite Tri-Start, qualified to MIL-DTL-38999, Rev. J offers a lightweight, corrosion resistant connector with the same high performance features as it's metal counterpart. · Light weight: 17% ­ 70% weight savings · Corrosion resistance: withstands 2000 hrs. of salt spray exposure · Durability: 1500 connector couplings · Locksmith keying - 5 keyway polarization provides 5 alternate rotations · Shell grounding fingers are standard on all plugs · Triple-web grommet seal · DOD preferred · Available in a Fail Safe Lanyard Release plug · See catalog 12-C1

NOTE:Catalog 12-C1 is Amphenol's new catalog - combining 38999 Series I, II and II. These were formerly catalogs 12-090 (Series I, II) and catalog 12-092 (Series III)

Contact Size

Test Current Crimp Hermetic

Maximum Millivolt Drop* Crimp** Hermetic**

22D 20 16 12 10 (Power)

5 7.5 13 23 33

3 5 10 17 NA

73 55 49 42 33

85 60 85 85 NA

* Maximum Millivolt Drop data is determined by measuring resistance of mated contacts from end to end ** When using silver plated wire

Crimp Well Data Contact Size Well Diameter Nominal Well Depth

Hermetic Well Data Min. Well Depth

Well Diameter

22D 20 16 12 10 (Power)

.0345 ± .0010 .047 ± .001 .067 ± .001 .100 ± .002 .137 ± .002

.141 .209 .209 .209 .355

.036 .044 .078 .116

+.004 ­.000 +.004 ­.000 +.004 ­.002 +.004 ­.002 NA

.094 .125 .141 .141 NA

FINISH DATA

Non-Hermetic Shell Components Service Class Finish Anodic Coating (Non-Conductive) Electroless Nickel Olive Drab Cadmium Plate Nickel Base Stainless Steel with Nickel Plate Stainless Steel Olive Drab Cadmium Plate, Composite Electroless Nickel Plate, Composite Hermetic Connectors Suffix Material/Finish Stainless Steel Stainless Steel, Nickel Plate

*** Add suffix (005) to part number

Military C F W S K J M

Proprietary RX*** RF RW RS RK RW RF

Military Y N

Proprietary Y YN

SERVICE RATING

Test Voltage (Sea Level) 1300 VRMS 1000 VRMS 1800 VRMS 2300 VRMS Test Voltage 50,000 Ft. 550 VRMS 400 VRMS 600 VRMS 800 VRMS Test Voltage 70,000 Ft. 350 VRMS 260 VRMS 400 VRMS 500 VRMS Test Voltage 110,000 Ft. 200 VRMS 200 VRMS 200 VRMS 200 VRMS

Service Rating M N I II

Suggested Operating Voltage (Sea Level) AC (RMS) 400 300 600 900 DC 550 450 850 1250

Please note that the establishment of electrical safety factors is left entirely in the designer's hands, since he is in the best position to know what peak voltages, switching surges, transients, etc. can be expected in a particular circuit.

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Subminiature SJT Features, Part Number Breakdown

· 100% scoop-proof ­ Basic LJT lengths · Basic JT mounting dimensions · Bayonet coupling · 5 key/keyway polarization with 4 alternate keyings · Rear release crimp contacts · PCB, wire wrap, twinax and coax contacts available · High density insert patterns available · Shell grounding fingers are an option on the plug · Options include Hermetics, Filters and Thermocouples · See catalog 12-091 See code below: 1. Connector Type SJT designates standard scoop-proof Junior Tri-Lock Connector SJTS designates high temperature connector SJTG designates plug with grounding fingers SJTP designates back panel mounted 2. Shell Style 00 designates wall mount receptacle 06 designates straight plug 07 designates jam nut receptacle I designates solder mount receptacle ­ hermetic 3. Service Class "Y" for hermetic applications, fused compression glass sealed inserts. Leakage rate less than .01 micron cu. ft./hr. (1 x 10-7 cc/sec.) at 15 psi differential, with interfacial seal. "RT" for environmental applications - supplied without rear accessories. Design provides serrations on rear threads of shells. For additional information defining complete description of service class, consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY. 4. SJT shell sizes available from 8 through 24. 5. ­ 66 designates insert arrangement 6. P designates pin contacts; S for socket contacts 7. A designates a rotated connector assembly (alternate keying). Other basic rotations are B, C and D. No letter required for normal, (no rotation) position 8. Finish variation suffix 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

SJT How to Order

PART NUMBER To more easily illustrate ordering procedure, part number SJT00RT-18-66PA( ) is shown as follows: SJT 00 RT ­ 18 ­ 66 P A ( )

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SECTION V

Cross Reference by MIL-Spec to Competitor's Part Number

MIL-DTL-5015 (Solder Type) Typical Part No. - MS310X

Amphenol Class Proprietary Part No. (A.N.-M.S.) Shell Size: MS3100 MS3101 MS3102 MS3103 MS3106 MS3107 MS3108 A, C, E, F, R GP, SC, SF CS, SG, SB SM, ACS X X X X X see 97 Series X A, B MS310X or 97310X X X X X X X X ITT Cannon A, C, E, F, B, K, R CA310X

Type

MIL-DTL-26482 (Solder Type) Series 1 Typical Part No. - MS311X

Amphenol PT Souriau BT/851 Cannon KPT Framatome Array 851-00 PW Veam VPT

Shell Style: MS3110 MS3111 MS3112 MS3113 MS3116 MS3114 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

Amphenol Proprietary Intermates: 10-214XXX, 10-244XXX (Crimp types - front removal) Amphenol Proprietary Non-Intermates: (5015 Type) See also Heavy Duty Class "L", Amphenol QWLD (MIL-DTL-22992), catalog 12-052 See also Heavy Duty QWL, catalog 12-053 See also GT Series Reverse Bayonet Coupling, catalog 12-024

MIL-DTL-26482 (Crimp - Front Release) Series 1 Typical Part No. - MS312X

Amphenol Type PT-SE Burndy LTE, LTF Cannon KP-SE Array PWF

Shell Style: MS3120 MS3121 MS3122 MS3126 MS3124 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

MIL-DTL-5015 (Crimp - Front Release) Typical Part No. - MS340X

Amphenol DNS* S.A.E. MOXD, MIXD Trans Tech (Flight) FF Cannon WFS

MS3127 MS3128

Amphenol Proprietary Intermates: DC, SP, BP; also PT-CE.

MIL-DTL-5015 (Crimp - Rear Release) Typical Part No. - MS3450X

Amphenol 944X ITT CV345X S.A.E. M5X Trans Tech MS Aero Electric AE

MIL-DTL-26482 (Crimp - Rear Release) Series 2 Typical Part No. - MS347X

Amphenol Cannon Deutsch Aero Corsair

MB1

PV

AFD

AE

CT097

MIL-DTL-22992 Typical Part No. - MS1734X

Amphenol 10-194XXX ITT Cannon WLDX (shell sizes 18 & 32 only)

MIL-DTL-81511 (Crimp - Rear Release) Series I &II Typical Part No. - M81511/0X

Amphenol 348-

MIL-DTL-22992 Class L (Power Connector) Typical Part No. - MS9055X

Amphenol 10-473XXX General Connector GLCXX

MIL-DTL-81511 (Crimp - Rear Release) Series III & IV Typical Part No. - M81511/4X

Amphenol DNS* Deutsch B815

MIL-DTL-26500 (Crimp - Front Release) Typical Part No. - MS24266X

Amphenol/ Pyle ZZ( ) Amphenol 48-XX Cinch C48-XX RMS R071X Aero AE66X

MIL-DTL-83723 (Crimp - Rear Release) Series III Typical Part No. - M83723/71X

Amphenol/Pyle BTX/BYX Amphenol/Matrix MB3X/MT3X Amphenol 518Deutsch DL60X

*DNS - Do not supply

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Intermating Chart

MIL Series All 5015 All* 26482 All 26500 Series I 38999 Series II 38999 Series III 38999 Series I 27599 Series II 27599 Series I 83723 Series II 82723 Series III 83723 Series I & II 81511 Series III & IV 81511

All 5015 All 26482* All 26500 Series I 38999 Series II 38999 Series III 38999 Series I 27599 Series II 27599 Series I 83723 Series II 83723 Series III 83723 Series I & II 81511 Series III & IV 81511

* Except push pull coupling

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

X

X

X

X X

X X

Cross Reference by MIL-Spec to Competitor's Part No. MIL-DTL-38999 (Crimp Rear Release) Series I, II, III and IV

Series I II III IV Amphenol LJT JT TV-CTV ­ Cannon/Veam KJL/LTT KJ KJA/VTTG3XXX ­ G&H ­ ­ G-300 BLXX American Pyle-National TI ­ T3 ­ Deutsch DJT DJT DTS DIV Souriau 8LT 8T 8D ­ American Micro Products 3C&B XC7C-( ) X ( )C-(

Series I II III IV

Socapex LJT ­ TV ­

Amphenol LTD LJT JT TV ­

Aero Electric AE16 AE27 AE32 ­

Deutsch LTD/ Dagan DJT DTL ACT/DTS ­

Series I II III IV

Herm Seal 9150 9XXX HR ­

Hi-Rel 7600 5X000 8000 ­

Sealtron A9703 A980X A9903 ­

Glenair 23X 23X 23X 23X

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MIL-SPEC Cross Reference Data and General Information

MIL-Spec MIL-DTL-5015 Description Power type connectors, large contacts Older series had solder contacts; newer has crimp Amphenol Proprietary Mates CS, SM, TBF 10-72XXX, GP, SC, SF, SG, SB, FP, 10-214XXX, 10-244XXX, 10-87XXX, etc. PT, PT-SE, PT-CE, PTSDR, BP, SP, DC QWLD 10-193XXX, Class L 10-473XXX, HK - potted backshell Refer to applicable series. BTK, BTW, BTR, BTA, BNK, BYK, BYR, BYW, BYA, BTY, BYY Contact Termination & Removal Solder or crimp, front or rear removal Contact Sizes in Series (Wire Gauge) 16 thru 0 Coupling Method Threaded Other Notes 310X solder, 340X crimp F. R., 345X crimp R. R., GT Series Reverse Bayonet Coupling 311X solder, 312X crimp F. R. 347X crimp R. R. Class L Series is for heavy power. MS9055X Class "L" 83723/1 thru 14, 36 thru 49 Series I, 17 thru 27 -29 -30 -33 -34 -35 -50 -52 -53 Series II, 7X -8X -9X Series III Intermates with Series I of MIL-DTL27599 Intermates with Series II of MIL-DTL27599 Available in Class K Firewall and Lanyard Release Breakaway Does not meet total performance requirements of Series III Intermates with Series III of MILDTL-83723 M81511/0X F. R. M81511/4X R. R.

MIL-DTL-26482 * Series 1 crimp MIL-DTL-22992

Miniature connector. Contacts are medium size, both power and signal currents, solder or crimp Power type connector, heavy duty. MIL-C-5015 insert patterns, rugged. Solder or crimp contacts Series I mates with MIL-C-26482, 2 Series II mates with MIL-C-5015 Series III mates with MIL-C-26500

Solder or crimp, front or rear removal Solder for MS1734X, Crimp for Military Class "L" Crimp, rear removal

20, 16, 12

Bayonet thread, version Non-Military Threaded (quick thread), double stub Threaded and bayonet, depending on series

16 thru 0

MIL-DTL-83723 *Series I, II & III

20, 16, 12, 8, 0

MIL-DTL-38999

Subminiature - medium and high contact density, crimp contacts. Series I - scoop-proof Series II - lightweight, low profile

Series I, LJT-R, (Also see MIL-DTL-27599 solder) Series II, JT-R, (Also see MIL-DTL-27599 solder)

Crimp, rear removal

22D, 20, 16, 12, and coax sizes 8, 12, 16 22D, 20, 16, 12, and coax sizes 12, 16 22D, 20, 16, 12, and coax sizes 8, 12, 16 22D, 20, 16, 12, and coax sizes 8, 12, 16 20, 16, 12

Bayonet

Crimp, rear removal

Bayonet

Series III - High performance, but suited for general duty

Series III, TV-R, T3W, Crimp, rear removal T3K, T3F, T3S, T3N, T3Y, Series III CTV - Composite None Crimp, rear release

Threaded

Series IV Breech-Lok, expensive design, can be difficult to mate MIL-DTL-26500 Miniature connector. Contacts are medium size, both power and signal, solder or crimp Subminiature - medium and high contact density, crimp contacts. Series I & II - front release contacts Series III & IV - rear release contacts Subminiature, similar to MIL-DTL38999 except has non-removable solder contacts. Fully mateable with MIL-DTL-38999

Breech-Lok

ZZW, ZZL, ZZY, ZZB

Crimp, front removal

Bayonet and Threaded Bayonet

MIL-DTL81511*

348 Series

Crimp, front (gang) & rear removal

22, 20, 16, 12

MIL-DTL-27599

LJT-T, P - Series I LJT-A, C, P - Series II

Solder

22, 20, 16

Bayonet

Intermates with Series I and II of MILDTL-38999

* Denotes inactive

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SECTION VI

Qualified Products List by Connector Specification

QPL No./Date Qualified Product List Manufacturer

QPL-5015-43 (6/07)

Series I, Solder Type MS3100 Series Series II, Front Release Crimp MS3400 Series Series III, Rear Release Crimp MS3450 Series Accessories only*

Amphenol, ITT Cannon ElecSys. Inc., J-Tech, TRW Cinch Amphenol/Matrix, ITT Cannon, J Tech, Aero Electric, ElecSys. Inc. Glenair, Sunbank, Electro-Adapter, Electro-Sonic Components, Raychem, Triangle Electronics Amphenol, Array, ITT Cannon, Souriau Amphenol, ITT Cannon, Glasseal, Deutsch, Sealtron, CIA, Herm Seal Amphenol, Burndy, Cannon, Veam, Souriau, Array Deutsch, Glasseal, Herm Seal, Array, Sealtron Amphenol, Aero Electric, ITT Cannon, Deutsch, Corsair, Souriau Sunbank, Glenair, Array Superseded by and transferred to MIL-DTL-26482 Series II ITT Cannon Amphenol, TRW Cinch, Deutsch, Pyle-National, Aero Electric, ITT Cannon Connector Industries, Herm Seal, Sealtron Glenair, Joslyn Sunbank Amphenol/Pyle, Amphenol Limited, Amphenol Socapex, Souriau, ITT Cannon, Deutsch, Aero Electric, JEC, Hi Rel Amphenol, ITT Cannon, Deutsch, Souriau, Aero Electric, Hi Rel Herm Seal, Sealtron, American Micro Products, Glenair Amphenol, Amphenol Socapex, Amphenol/Pyle, TEC, Deutsch, Souriau, ITT Cannon, Amphenol Limited, Deutsch LTD, Hi Rel, Aero Electric, American Micro Products, Glenair G & H Technology, Deutsch, Glenair ESC, Joslyn Sunbank Amphenol, ITT Cannon Amphenol, General Connector Amphenol Amphenol/Pyle, TRW Cinch, Aero Electric, Herm Seal, RMS Glenair, ESC Amphenol, Deutsch

QPL-26482-100 (4/08)

Series I, Solder MS3110 Series Hermetics only Series I, Crimp MS3120 Series Series II, Hermetic (MS3400) Series Series II, Crimp MS3470 Series Accessories only*

QPL-83723-66 (11/06)

Series I Series II Series III Hermetics only Accessories only*

QPL-38999 (4/08)

Series I Series II Hermetics only Series III Series IV Accessories only*

QPL-22992-38 (1/08) QPL-27599-14 (12/07) QPL-26500-70 (12/05) QPL-81511-9 (12/98) QPL-AS39029-2 (7/07)

MS17340 Series (QWLD) Class "L" (MS90555) Series) 38999 Solder Miniature Cylindrical Accessories only*

MIL-C-26482 Series 1, Contacts MIL-C-26482 Series 2, Contacts MIL-DTL-38999, Contacts MIL-C-22992, Class "L", Contacts Other Contacts

Amphenol/Pyle, Deutsch, ITT Cannon, Tri-Star, Cinch, Veam Amphenol/Pyle, Deutsch, ITT Cannon, Tri-Star, NCMI Amphenol/Pyle, ITT Cannon, Tri-Star, AMP, General Connector Amphenol, General Connector May include all of the above, plus: Continental Connector, AMP, J Tech. Precision Technology, Winchester and others

QPL listings change often. Manufacturers can be added or dropped at any time. This listing is current at the time of the printing of this publication (See back cover for printing date). Please check the current QPL when accurate information is required.

* A General Note: Connector manufacturers also supply many of the accessories.

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Amphenol®/Pyle®/Matrix® Quick Product Guide

Subminiature Cylindrical Connectors

MIL-DTL-27599 Solder

Military # MS20026 MS20027 MS20028 MS20029 MS27334 MS27335 MS27336 MS27337 Military # MS27466 MS27467 MS27468 MS27469 MS27470 MS27472 MS27473 MS27474 MS27475 MS27476 MS27477 MS27478 MS27479 MS27482 MS27483 MS27484 MS27496 MS27497 MS27499 MS27500 MS27503 MS27505 MS27508 MS27656 Metal TVP00R TVP02R TV06R TV07R TV01R TV09R TVPS02Y TVS07Y TVSIY Proprietary # LJT00 LJT01 LJT06 LJT07 JT00 JT02 JT06 JT07 Proprietary # LJT00R LJT06R LJT07R LJT00Y LJT07Y JT00R JT06R JT06R JT00Y JT02Y JT07Y JTIY JTS00R JTS00Y JTS07Y JTG06R LJT02R JTPQ00R JT02R JT08R JTSIY LJTP02R JTP02R LJTPQ00R Composite (CTV) CTVP00R CTVP02R CTV06R CTV06R CTV01R Hermetic

Miniature Cylindrical Connectors

MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1 Solder

Military # MS3110 MS3111 MS3112 MS3113 MS3114 MS3114 MS3116 Proprietary # PT00 PT01 PT02 PTIH PT07 PT07 PT06

Standard/Heavy Duty Cylindrical Connectors

MIL-DTL-5015 Solder MS3100 MS3101 MS3102 MS3106 MS3107 MS3108 97 Series Solder 97-3100 97-3101 97-3102 97-3106 97-3107 97-3108 97 Series Crimp 97-4100 97-4101 97-4102 97-4106 97-4107 97-4108

97 Series is UL Approved file E115497(N) and CSA Approved certification file LR69183

MIL-DTL-38999 Series I & II

MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1 Crimp

Military # MS3120 MS3121 MS3122 MS3124 MS3126 MS23127 MS3128 Proprietary # PT00SE PT01SE PT02SE PT07SE PT06SE MF02SE MF00SE

Matrix MIL-DTL-5015, Series III Crimp Rear Release

MS3450 MS3451 MS3452 MS3454 MS3456 MS3459 9440 9441 9442 9444 9446 9816 9817 Quick Disconnect 9818 Quick Disconnect

MIL-DTL-26482 Series 2

Amphenol part # Matrix part #

MS3470 MS3471 MS3472 MS3474 MS3475 MS3476

PTS00DR PTS01DR PTPS00DR PTS07DR PTGS06DR PTS06DR

MB10 MB13 MB11 MB14 MB16 MB18

Proprietary GT Series (5015 inserts) (Reverse Bayonet)

GT-A GT-G GT-AF/F GT-R GT-CF/CFZ GT-RV GT-CFGG GT-E GT-LCF/LCFZ GT-AGG GT-PP GT-PC GTC-M Vortex GT

Other Proprietary (MIL-DTL-26482 Type)

PT-CE SP SP-SE SP-CE PC Matrix MBL PC-SE PC-CE RPT

Proprietary ACA-B Series

ACA-B Reverse Bayonet (5015 inserts)

Proprietary AC Series

AC Threaded (5015 inserts)

Heavy Duty

QWLD Class L MS17343 MS90555 MS17344 MS90556 MS17345 MS90557 MS17346 MS90558 MS17347 MS17348 Pyle Star-Line (UL, CSA listed) Pyle Star-Line EX (certified for use in Zone 1-IIC hazardous environment) Pyle Star-Lok (UL, CSA listed) Amphe-EX (ATEX and IECex rated) RIG-Power & VFD rated inserts

MIL-DTL-38999 Series III

D38999/20 D38999/26 D38999/24 D38999/21 D38999/23 D38999/25 D38999/27 D38999/29 D38999/30 D38999/31

MIL-DTL-83723 Series III Available in Pyle or Matrix Part No.

M83723/71 thru /78 M83723/82 thru /92 M83723/95, /96

Matrix only: M83723/66 thru /69 Quick Disconnect

MB3, MT3

MIL-DTL-26500

MS24264 ZZY MS24265 ZZW MS24266 MS27613 BACC45FN, FT, FS, FM MS27614 BACC63BP, BV MS27615 BACC63CB, CC

TV Failsafe Lanyard Release Plug MIL-STD-1760 Plug

Other Proprietary Standard and Heavy Duty Types

Commercial Aircraft types: DC Series and 10-244 Series BT-M, BT-MA and BT-RA Other Proprietary types: Pre-Earth FMLB Series, 7 Series, MS Modified types, QWL, QWP Heavy duty types

High Density 38999

Inserts with 30% higher densities

Other Proprietary 38999 Types

38999 with High speed shielded contacts 38999 with PCB contacts 38999 with High Frequency contacts Clutch-Lok TV/MTV (for high vibration) 38999 with Flex circuitry 38999 Power with RADSOK® contacts T-Line Series Amphe-Lite Industrial SJT (meets European Specifications)

Other Proprietary Miniature Types

67 Series 165 Series

Engine Connectors (Class K Firewall)

D38999/20 BACC63BR/BT D38999/24 BACC63CN/CM D38999/26 M83723/82-92 ESC-10, 11 M83723/95, /96, /97 EN2997 ASN-EO MIL-DTL-26500 types: FPK, FPL, FP5K, FYL

Amphe-Power Connectors with High Amperage RADSOK® Sockets

Amphe-Power P-Lok Amphe-Power GT (Amphe-GTR and Power GT) Amphe-Power 5015 (AC Series) Amphe-BU, Amphe-Armor, Amphe-Y RADSOK® technology is being incorporated into Mil-Aero products: Rectangulars and LRM, 38999, 5015

MIL-C-81511

Military # M81511/01E M81511/03E M81511/05E M81511/06E M81511/18 M81511/21E M81511/23E M81511/25E M81511/26E Proprietary # 348-40E 348-43E 348-41E 348-46E 348-140 348-30E 348-33E 348-31E 348-36E

RADSOK® Busbar Products

Amphe-PD SurLok Tru-Loc Amphe-Base Amphe-Com RADLOK RADSERT PGY PowerBlok

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Amphenol®/Pyle®/Matrix® Quick Product Guide

EMI Filter/Transient Protection Devices

FTV FJT FLJT FSJT FBL FPT Intermateable with/Features of MIL-DTL-38999 Series III MIL_DTL-38999/27599 Series II MIL-DTL 38999/27599 Series I Proprietary SJT MIL-DTL-38999 Series IV MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1 & 2 MIL-DTL-83723 Series I

Board Level Rectangular Connectors

MIL-DTL-55302 with Bristle Brush Contacts

M55302/166 M55302/167 M55302/168 M55302/169 M55302/169 M55302/170 MB ( )-( )P MB ( )-( )W PC ( )-( )P IO ( )-( )C IO ( )-( )P DB ( )-( )P

Special Purpose Interconnection Products

Hermetics

Available in the following series: MS Standard MIL-DTL-5015 Miniature MIL-DTL-26482 Subminiature MIL-DTL-38999, I, II, III

Breakaway/Lanyard Release

Available in the following series: Fail-Safe Subminiature MIL-DTL-38999 Twist-Pull Miniature MIL-DTL-26482 Quick Disconnect Matrix MIL-DTL-83723 Quick Disconnect Matrix MIL-DTL-5015 Stores Management Type II, Rail Launch 1760 Weapons Release Gatelink Breakaway

Other EMI/Transient Protection

MOV's Hermetic Filters Diodes Filter Adapters EMP Filtered Plugs "AN" Filters Amphenol Canada Filter Products: 485 Series Filtered ARINC 404 & 600 MIL-DTL-24308 Filter D-Subs MIL-DTL-83513 Micro D-Subs

MIL-DTL-55302 with Crimp, Solder or PCB Contacts

M55302/67-69 M55302/70-71 M55302/76-77 M55302/74-75 M55302/72-73 PCB90A PCB100A PCB100B PCB100C PCB150A

Battlefield Interconnects & Cables

Stinger Missile types EMC Protected & Over-molded Cable Sincgars, Bowman Program Connectors Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser

High Density Rectangular Connectors

HDB3 Mother Board/Daughter Board HiLinx Viper

Fiber Optic Products

Fiber Optic Termini: MIL-PRF-29504/4 & /5 Multi-mode size 16 Multi-mode, HD20 MIL-PRF-20504/4 & /5 Single mode size 16 90° Multi-mode size 16 ARINC 801 MT ferrule Fiber Optic Cylindrical Connectors Tri-Start, MIL-DTL-38999 Series III Incorporating MIL-PRF-29504 or ARINC 801 or MT termini Fiber Optic Bulkhead Feed-through Fiber Optic Rectangular Connectors: PCB - Brush & Fiber Optic Combinations LRM - Brush & Fiber Optic Combinations VMEP0/J0, Ruggedized VITA-46 Fiber Optic Rack & Panel Connectors: ARINC 600, R27 and R58 Series

LRM Surface Mount with Bristle Brush Contacts

Module and Backplane connectors with standard Brush contacts Staggered Grid - 180 contact pattern grid GEN-X Grid - 236 contact pattern grid SEM-E or custom form factors Air-flow inserts for wider boards LRM can incorporate Fiber Optics, RF contacts, shielded high speed contacts, in combinations with Brush contacts LRM with flex circuitry LRM power supply modules

Rail Mass Transit/Industrial Interconnects & Cables

Freight-Mate Cable Assemblies Trans-Power & 27 Pole Train-Line Over-molded Cable available with any Amphenol cylindrical industrial connector

Data Bus Products

Can Couplers, Box Couplers ARINC 629 Current Mode Couplers Wire Integrated Connectors (W.I.C.s) 711 Data Bus

Other Special Purpose Products

RJ Field, USB Field, MTRJ Field, EZ Field Amphenol Nexus Technologies Products for Audio Frequency Protection SV Microwave Connectors Aquacon Immersible Pyle Pon Series Indicator Lights WFRS Interlocked Safety Switches Astronaut Zero-G Connectors PMAT (ARINC 644) Geophysical Miniatures SCE and Mini SCE Push Pull PPM Push-Pull Shorting Plugs Micro-Miniature Connectors ECTA 133, ECTA 544 Quick Connection Modules 1900 Rectangulars AT Series Circular J1939 Diagnostic.

VME Rectangular Products

Ruggedized VME64-X Ruggedized VME P0/J0

Other Fiber Optic Products

Fiber Optic Cable Systems MFM Family: Hermaphroditic, Duplex, Simplex TFOCA-II CTOS, CTOL, AXOS Field Deployable Lens ST Fiber Optics MIL-PRF-NGCON MTRJ Field Tactical Optical Splice Fiber Optic Termination Tools

Backplane Connectors with Tuning Fork & Blade Contacts

UHD (Ultra High Density) Connectors NAFI (Daughtercard/Backplane Conn.

Other Rectangular Connectors

I/O NAFI Series LMD and LMS Modules Amphenol AirLB SIM Modulars SIHD, SIAL Interconnects VITA -46 Heat Sink Manufacturing Amphenol Canada products: R39, R58 and SD308, CD308

Printed Circuit Boards and Flex Circuitry

Design formats of Mentor, PADS, Cadence, Zuken. Panel thickness: .500" Panel Sizes: 24" x 54", 30" x 44", 36" x 42" Layer count up to 64 Interconnect formation types: back drilled, dual dia., thru hole, blind, electrically isolated, buried, SMT Many other options and material choices Flexible and Rigid-Flex For attachment to Printed circuit boards: Press fit connectors Cylindricals with PC Tail contacts Universal Header Assemblies Flex Circuit Assemblies Printed Circuit Bd. Terminal Blocks Wiring Interface Modules

Backplane Systems

Electrical and Optical Backplane Systems that can incorporate: MIL-DTL-55302 brush contacts NAFI fork and blade contacts UHD fork and blade ARINC MIL-DTL-38999 Cylindricals MT Optical Ferrules

Contacts and Accessories

Crimp M39029, Thermocouple, Wire wrap, Coaxial, Twinax, Triax, Quadrax and Differential Twinax Shielded Contacts Bristle Brush Contacts for Rectangulars Fork & Blade Contacts for Rectangulars Fiber Optic Termini RADSOK® Contacts for High Amperage High Frequency Contacts with "Float Mount Technology AT Series Contacts M85049 Accessories Backshells Industrial Cord Grips and Cable Glands Pipe & Cable Supports Relay Sockets and Junction Modules

Rack & Panel Connectors

Rectangular Rack and Panel: Ruggedized, Non-Floating Brush LPSRC, SR 217 Series LE, LPX Series ARINC 404, ARINC 600 R27 Series RFM Modular Series Micro D-Subs Cylindrical Rack and Panel: RNJ Series

We invite you to visit our websites where you can find product catalogs that can be downloaded and printed. Catalogs will be added and updated on an on-going basis.

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SECTION VII

Know the Language

Common terms you should know (listed alphabetically)

· Accessories - Mechanical devices, such as cable added to connector shells and other such hardware that are attachable to connectors to make up the total connector configuration; while providing wire support and/or wire sealing · Bayonet Coupling - A non-threaded, ramp type of coupling · Cable Assembly - A cable with plugs or connectors on each end · Configuration - Arrangement of contacts in a multiple-contact connector · Contacts - Mechanical component to which electrical engagement is accomplished · Contact Size - (Also known as Wire Gauge) - the largest wire that can be used with a specific contact · Contact Spacing - The distance between the center-lines of adjacent contact areas. · Coupling Nut - Outer threaded or grooved ring which holds mated pair together · Crimp Contact - A contact to which wire is joined by mechanical squeeze · EMI or RFI Backshell - A type of accessory to terminate wire shielding · Environmentally Sealed - Connector provided with gaskets, seals, potting or other devices to keep out moisture, dirt, air or dust that might reduce its performance · Extraction/Removal Tool - A handheld tool used for removing a contact from a connector. · Fiber Optic Termini - Comparable to electrical pin and socket contacts, except they transmit data optically through fibers instead of electrically through wires. · Gland - Resilient ring in rear accessory, provides seal on jacketed cable · Grounding Fingers - A metal strap around plug shell for positive shell-to-shell conductivity/shielding · Grommet - Resilient part at back of insert (attached or separate); gives wire moisture seal · Hermetic - A connector with fused glass insert for air tightness

Connector: A device providing electrical or signal connection. It consists of a plug and receptacle.

· Insert - The dielectric or insulating inner core, holds contacts · Insert Arrangement - The number, spacing and arrangement of contacts in a connector · Insertion Tool - A small, handheld tool used to insert contacts into a connector · Interfacial Seal - A resilient part on the face of pin inserts which provides moisture seal. · Jam Nut - Hex nut that holds receptacle to a panel · Mating Pair - Two connectors that couple together. Shell size insert arrangement and rotation must be compatible · Mating/Unmating Forces - Torque required to couple/ uncouple a mating pair of connectors or contacts · "O" Ring - Doughnut-shaped ring of rubber used as a seal around the mating insulator interface of cylindrical connectors · Pin Contact - Male half of a mated pair of contacts* · Plating - The metal finish applied to contacts and or shell components (protective) to resist corrosion and wear · Plug - The cable/coupling half of a mating pair · Potting Boot - A type of accessory which forms a mold for potting compound · Rear Termination - An accessory which threads to back of shell · Receptacle - The panel/receiving half of a mating pair · Sealing Plug - Plastic type slug, placed in unused grommet holes to seal · Service Rating (Also known as Current Rating) - The maximum voltage or current that a connector is designed to carry continuously. · Shell - Houses insert and contacts · Socket Contact - Female half of a mated pair of contacts · Solder Contact - A contact to which wire is joined by soldering. Has a cup, hollow cylinder, eyelet or hook to accept a wire for conventional soldered termination. · Strain Relief (Also known as Cable Clamp) - A type of accessory which clamps wires for support

*Note: Male half always goes into female.

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Know the Language - Other Interconnection Product Terms

· Alternate Rotations - In cylindrical connectors: Rotation of either an insert or designated key/keyway locations (Alternate Keying) in a connector shell to a different angle than normal position. Allows for variations of mating two halves of cylindrical connectors. · Anodize - Formation of a protective, insulating oxide layer on metal bay electrolytic action. · Arc Resistance - The characteristic of insulating materials to resist carbonization (also known as tracking) of the material surface between electrodes resulting from voltage breakdown. · Attenuation - (this term is used in Filters) The ratio of the input to output power levels in a network (transmission line) when it is excited by a matched source and terminated in a matched load. · Back-mounted - When a connector is mounted from the inside of a panel or box with its mounting flanges inside the equipment. · Circuit - A complete path or electron flow from a negative terminal of voltage source through a conductor and back to the positive terminal. · Closed Entry Socket Contacts - A female contact designed to prevent the entry of a pin or probing device having a crosssectional dimension greater than the mating pin. · Coaxial Cable - A high-bandwidth cable consisting of two concentric cylindrical conductors with a common axis that is used for high speed data communication and video signals. · Compliant Contact - A press-fit type contact used to attach to a printed circuit board. Has an eyelet end. · Conductivity - The ability of a material to conduct electric current, expressed in terms of the current per unit of applied voltage. It is reciprocal of resistivity. · Contact Durability - Endurance measured by the number of insertion and withdrawal cycles that a connector withstands remaining within its specified performance level. · Contact Engaging and Separating Force - Force needed to either engage or separate pins and sockets when they are out of connector inserts. Values are generally established for maximum and minimum forces. · Contact Resistance - Maximum permitted electrical resistance of pin and socket contacts when assembled in a connector under typical service use. · Contact Retention - The minimum axial load in either direction that a contact must withstand while remaining firmly fixed in its normal position within the connector insert or housing. · Continuity - A continuous path for the flow of current in an electrical circuit. · Corrosion - The destruction of the surface of a metal by chemical reaction. · Coupling Torque - Force required to rotate a coupling ring or jackscrew when engaging a mating pair of connectors. · Diallyl Phthalate (DAP) - (Blue insert in 97 Series) A thermosetting plastic that offers outstanding dimensional stability and resistance to most chemicals and chemical compounds. · Dielectric - Any insulating medium that intervenes between two conductors. · Dielectric Withstanding Voltage - Maximum potential gradient that a dielectric material can withstand without failure. · Discontinuity - A broken connection or the loss of a specific connection characteristic. · Edge Connector - One piece receptacle, containing female contacts designed to receive the edge of a printed circuit board and interconnect on which the male contacts are etched or printed. The connector may contain either a single or double row of female contacts. · Edgeboard Connector - A connector that mates with printed wiring leads running to edge of a PC board. · Feed-through - A conductor that connects patterns on opposite sides of a PC board. Also called interfacial connection. · Fiber Optics - A data transmission medium consisting of glass fibers. Light-emitting diodes send light through the fiber to a detractor, which then converts the light back into electrical signals. · First Article - A sample part or assembly manufactured prior to the start of production for the purpose of assuring that the manufacturer is capable of manufacturing a product that will meet the requirements. · Front-mounted - A connector is front-mounted when it is attached to the outside or mating side of a panel. (Can only be installed or removed from the outside of the equipment. · Front Release Contacts - Connector contacts are released from the front side of the connector and then removed from the back wire side of the connector. The removal tool engages the front portion of the contact and pushes it out the back where it is removed by hand. · Harsh or Hostile Environment Connector - A connector designed and engineered for operation in hostile environment conditions, such as extreme high temperatures of 677°C (1,250°F), extreme low temperatures of absolute zero and severe water tight conditions. · Header - A feed through device that introduces a conductive path through an insulating plate. · Hermaphroditic Connector - Interconnecting device in which both mating parts are identical at their mating surfaces. (Also called Sexless Connector) · Hermaphroditic Contact - A contact in which both mating elements are precisely alike at their mating face. · Input/Output Connector - A mating pair of connectors used to carry signals into and out of a panel-mounted subsystem. An example is connector pair that interconnects the individual back panels in a large array of panels. · Insert Retention - Axial load in either direction that an insert must withstand without being dislocated from its normal position in the connector shell. · Insertion Force - The effort, usually measured in ounces, required to engage mating components. · Interchangeable - Characteristic of connectors in which one manufacturer's connector can be replaced by the connector of another manufacturer and provide the same function in the same panel space as the connector it is replacing. · Intermateable - Characteristic of connectors in which a connector half manufactured by one connector will mate directly with a connector half manufactured by a different company

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SECTION VII

Know the Language - Other Interconnection Product Terms

· .Keying - Mechanical arrangement of guide pins and sockets, keying plugs, contacts, bosses, slots, keyways, inserts or grooves in a connector housing, shell or insert that allows connectors of the same size and type to be lined up without the danger of making a wrong connection. · Lanyard - A device attached to certain connectors that permit uncoupling and separation of connector halves by a pull on a wire or cable. · Life Cycle - A test that indicates the time span before failure; the test occurs in a controlled, usually accelerated, environment. · Mass Termination - Method of termination in which terminals that pierce flat cable insulation without stripping to cold flow mate with conductors and form a metal-to-metal joint. · Motherboard - A printed board used for interconnecting arrays of plug-in electronic modules. · Operating Temperature - Maximum internal temperatureresistant capabilities of a connector in continuous service. · Outgassing - De-aeration or other gaseous emission from a printed board assembly (printed board, component of connector) when exposed to a reduced pressure or heat, or both. · Panel-mount - Fixing a connector half to a board, panel or frame. Usually, the female portion of the connector is mounted, and the male half is the removable portion. · Plated Through-Hole - A hole-formed deposition of metal on the sides of the hole and on both sides of the base to provide electrical connection from the conductive pattern on one side to that on the opposite side of the PC board. · Poke-Home Contact - Term applied to a male or female contact to which a wire has been permanently affixed prior to the assembly of the contact into the insert. · Positioner - Device attached to the crimping tool to position conductor barrels between the indentors. · Potting - Sealing of a component (for example the cable end of a multiple contact connector) with a plastic compound or material to exclude moisture, prevent short circuits and provide strain relief. · Pre-tinned - Solder applied to an electrical component prior to soldering. · Pre-tinned Solder Cup - Solder cups with inner surfaces that have been pre-coated with a small amount of tin lead solder or RoHs approved solder. · Press-fit Contact - Either a solid pin or a pin having a compliant member that makes an interference connection with a through-hole on a PC board. The pressure developed between interconnecting surfaces is sufficient to provide gastight electrical reliability without the use of solder. · Qualified Products List (QPL) - A list of commercial products that have been pretested and found to meet the requirements of a specification, especially government specifications. · Quick-disconnect Coupling - A design feature, apparent in the quick-disconnect connector; it permits relatively rapid joining and separation. · RADSOK® Contact* - A unique socket contact design with a stamped and formed twisted inner grid. Socket cylinder within the female contact has several equally space longitudinal beams twisted into a hyperbolic shape. As male pin is inserted, axial members in the female half deflect, imparting high current flow across the connections. · Ramp - The sloped channel that accepts the detent pin in a bayonet connector. · Rear Release Contacts - Connector contacts are released and removed from the rear (wire side) of the connector. The removal tool engages the contact from the rear and pulls the contact out of the connector contact retainer. · Rear Seal - Design feature that provides an environmental seal at the rear of plug or receptacle. · Removable Contact - A contact that can be mechanically joined to or removed from an insert. Usually, special tools are required to lock the contact in place or remove it for repair or replacement. · RoHS (Restrictions of Hazardous Substances) - The RoHS Directive bans the placing on the EU market of new electrical and electronic equipment containing more than agreed levels of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants. · Scoop Proof - Design feature whereby exposed contacts of a connector cannot be touched or damaged by any portion of the mating connector. · Serrations - Small grooves or indentations within a terminal wire barrel that increase the tensile strength and electrical conductivity of the crimped termination. · Soldering - Process of joining metallic surfaces with solder, without the melting of the base metals. Soldering is an economical, versatile and fast termination method. A soldered connection has metallic continuity and excellent long term reliability. · Splice Connector - A joint connecting conductors with good mechanical strength and good conductivity; a terminal that permanently joins two or more wires. · Surface Mounting - The electrical connection of components to the surface of a conductive pattern without utilizing component holes. · Thermal Shock - The effect of heat or cold applied to a material at such a rate that non-uniform thermal expansion or contraction occur. In connectors, the effect can cause inserts and other insulation materials to pull away from metal parts. · Thermocouple Contact - A contact of special material used in connectors employed in thermocouple applications. Materials often used are iron, constantan, copper, chromel and alumel. · Tuning Fork Contact - U-shaped female contact that resembles a tuning fork. It can be stamped or formed. · Umbilical Connector - A connector used to connect cables to a rocket or missile prior to launching, and which is removed from the missile at the time of launching. · Wire-Wrapped Connection (Also known as Solderless Wrap) - A solderless connection made by wrapping bare wire around a square or rectangular terminal with a power or hand tool.

* RADSOK® is a registered trademark of Amphenol Industrial Operations.

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SECTION VII, cont.

Basic Questions to Determine Connector Requirements

· How many conductors (wires) and what are the wire gauges (size)? Smallest contact sizes available by Military Specifications: MIL-DTL-5015 - size 16 MIL-DTL-22992 - size 16 MIL-DTL-26482 - size 20 MIL-DTL-38999 - size 22D · What's your working voltage requirement? See catalog insert arrangement table Catalog 12-024 ....GT Reverse Bayonet Catalog 12-020 ....MIL-DTL-5015 Catalog 12-026 ....MIL-DTL-5015 Matrix Catalog 12-052 ....MIL-DTL-22992 Class L, QWLD Catalog 12-053 ....MIL-DTL-22992 QWL Catalog 12-070 ....MIL-DTL-26482, Series 1 Catalog 12-071 ....MIL-DTL-26482, Series 2 Catalog MS-102 ...MIL-DTL-83723, Series III Pyle Catalog 12-073 ....MIL-DTL-83723, Series III Matrix Catalog 12-090* ...MIL-DTL-38999, Series I, II Catalog 12-092* ...MIL-DTL-38999, Series III · Are you using your connector in a benign environment or a harsh environment? Harsh environment - will need gaskets, grommets and/or glands for environmental sealing · Do you want to Solder or Crimp your wires? · Are you going cable to cable or cable to panel? Cable plug to Cable receptacle use: ­ Straight plug with Inline cable receptacle ­ 90° Plug with Inline cable receptacle Cable plug to Panel receptacle use: ­ Straight plug with either a wall mount receptacle, box mount receptacle, or jam nut receptacle ­ 90° plug with either a wall mount receptacle, box mount receptacle, or jam nut receptacle · What's your cable outer diameter (OD)? Or are you using discrete wires? · Do you have any material restrictions? ­ RoHS requirement ­ Stainless steel ­ Aluminum ­ Neoprene ­ Silicon ­ Viton

* Catalog 12-C1 combined catalog for 38999 Series I, II and III Connectors will replace catalog 12-090 (Series I, II) and catalog 12-092 (Series III). Consult Amphenol Aerospace for the availability of this new catalog.

· What type of plating or finish is preferred? Common platings or finishes: ­ Olive drab cadmium ­ Nickel ­ Black zinc alloy ­ Electroless nickel ­ Anodic coating · Will you need accessories? ­ Cable clamp ­ Bushing ­ Protection caps (metal or plastic) ­ Dummy receptacle · Are you using an electrical or signal connector?

POWER MIL-DTL-5015 and Amphenol GT Reverse Bayonet ­ Standard contacts or (High Amperage) RADSOK® MIL-DTL-22992 MIL-DTL-26482 MIL-DTL-38999 Series I, II, III

Hermetic MIL-DTL-26482 MIL-DTL-83723 MIL-DTL-38999 Series I, II, III

SIGNAL MIL-DTL-5015 ­ High Frequency contacts MIL-DTL-22992 ­ High Frequency contacts MIL-DTL-38999, Series I, II, III ­ High Frequency contacts ­ Fiber Optics Brush Technology ­ Rectangular PCB ­ LRM ­ Fiber Optics

Filter MIL-DTL-38999 Series I, II, III MIL-DTL-26482 Hermetic MIL-DTL-26482 MIL-DTL-83723 MIL-DTL-38999 Series I, II, III

NOTE: Socket contacts are to be used in the connector feeding the power NOTE: Not all connectors are limited to solely either power or signal. Many connectors can perform both functions.

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SECTION VII, cont.

What do you need to Sell?

A Basic Product Knowledge · Why connectors are needed

· · · · Nomenclature (component parts) Typical terms or descriptive words Pertinent references to MIL-Spec Cross reference Amphenol P/N to MIL P/N

A Catalog

· Know how it is organized · Keep it current · Add your own notes for reference

Know Our Websites

· www.amphenol-aerospace.com www.amphenol-industrial.com Quickly navigate on-line to · Connector Catalogs · Service Instructions · Your Contact Information · Markets Served · Connector Basics has this brochure and other valuable basic connector information · Amphenol One for Distributor Information and Latest Product News Know Your Organization and Ours Who has pricing & delivery data Who has technical data Who can expedite Who can negotiate A back up for each of the above What is negotiable at your account What are your strong points What are your weak points What are your protection points Who is your competition

Conclusion

The data in this booklet was designed to provide you with basic information on Amphenol connector products. In order to effectively sell, it is important to remember that knowing your customer and your product go hand in hand. The sale begins with you! We have a great line, you can sell on the quality that it is. Don't promise more than you can deliver, simply tell it like it is. You may lose some sales, but your credibility will grow.

· · · · · · · · · ·

Know Yourself and Your Competitors

Know Your Customers

· What are their Needs? · Company Needs ­ Personal Needs

Learn to Listen (and to See)

· What are they saying? · What do they mean? ­ How they say it may mean more than what they say ­ What you both see may say more than conversation

Each account is unique

· Don't use a carbon copy approach · Let your customers know you see them that way

Take time to know the people you deal with

· Both at your account and your facility · Manage your time and territory like assets · If business or potential isn't there, maybe you shouldn't be

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